Date(s) - October 12, 2016
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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When: OCTOBER 12, 2016, 9am-12 noon
Where: Langley, BC (ACTS Seminaries on the Trinity Western University campus, 7600 Glover Road)
The transition from youth group to full participation in the life of the church is a challenging one for young adults. How do we disciple and mentor millennial adults into the life and leadership of the local church? What does spiritual formation and discipleship look like within a young adult setting?
Dr. Chris Kiesling and Geoff Kullman bring a wealth of research and experience to these questions, illuminating the spiritual lives of millennial adults. They will be joined by a panel of local pastors who will share their practical experience in young adult ministry.
Dr. Chris Kiesling is professor of Human Development and Christian Discipleship at Ashbury Theological Seminary. He is a co-author with David Setran of Spiritual Formation in Emerging Adulthood: A Practical Theology for College and Young Adult Ministry; contributor to Does the Shape of Families Shape Faith? and author of many articles on spiritual formation for young adults in academic and clergy journals.
Geoff Kullman is a pastor, highly sought-after speaker and consultant specializing in faith integration within the Millennial generation. He is also the co-founder and principal creative at Millennial Ministry based in Vancouver, BC.