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PARENTEEN | STICKY FAITH | HURT
Gen. Z is on the rise and many church leaders, parents, and communities are in need of a youth and family expert.
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Spiritual formation through seminary has long been the standard, but changing cultural needs have resulted in decreasing enrollment–New and innovative approaches are needed. New generations need to be empowered holistically so they may engage with our culture both theologically and practically. Many graduating students are not sure where to go to be trained and the Church can meet this need by partnering practical leadership ministry with seminary-level education.
Most young people today don’t think they want to be part of the institutional church. However, there is a great hunger to be spiritually awakened and connected. Emerging Adults see themselves as having something to offer but do not feel there is a welcoming avenue for them.
In order for young people to see themselves as leaders in a diverse and polarized world, they need to be trained and equipped to use their gifts in partnership with God for the rest of their lives.
PHD | pastor | father | husband | grandpa
A well-known practitioner, adolescent and family scholar, and author,
Clark has more than 30 years experience in direct ministry.
Chap Clark (MA, MDiv, Fuller Theological Seminary; PhD, University of Denver) is the leader of two nonprofit organizations: ParenTeen™, committed to train and equip adults, schools, churches and communities to understand and respond to the developmental and spiritual needs of adolescents and emerging adults; and the Institute for Ministry Leadership (IML), a congregationally based recent graduate leadership program that helps churches to nurture and equip young people in their calling as agents of Christ and His Kingdom.