Lutheran Youth Fellowship (LYF) will host teenagers for its annual leadership development training March 15-18, 2018, in St. Louis at the Pallottine Renewal Center.
Lutheran Youth Fellowship, a program of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Youth Ministry, equips teens to develop and use leadership skills as they serve Christ within their congregations and communities. LYF offers resources and training to equip teens to lead and mentor each other.
2018 LYF Leadership Resource
Share Hope is a four-part course that enables teens to speak the truth in love with their peers. Through video segments with Professor Brad Alles (Concordia University Wisconsin) and Deaconess Heidi Goehmann, youth will explore the ways that both worldview and communication skills impact their witness. Discussion questions and processing activities lead youth to develop positive interaction skills for conversation and social media.
The annual leadership training event is facilitated by the teen LYF Executive Team. The event makes use of leadership resources developed to give teens tools to mature in their faith, become leaders in their congregations, and reach out to their peers with the love of Christ.
Please contact Renee Lorenz at email@example.com for more information.
Visit the Lutheran Youth Fellowship webpage for more information about the LYF program.