1. Led by Alison Burkhardt
    This webinar is the last in a three part series for developing sustainability in the youth work field. It addresses developing change within organizations/communities, as well as tips for changing strategy and policies.
    (North Park University, Chicago, is a nonprofit institution preparing students for lives of significance and service.)

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  2. Led by K-Rahn, youth advocate in Southern California
    This webinar is led by veteran youth worker K-Rahn, who developed a successful hip hop curriculum for working with youth in and transitioning out of juvenile detention. Hear insights into engaging youth for Christ through hip hop.
    (North Park University, Chicago, is a nonprofit institution preparing students for lives of significance and service.)

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  3. Investigating the Spiritual and Religious Belief Constructs of CHIC (Covenant High in Christ youth conference) 2012 Youth
    Led by Daniel White Hodge

    Using the questions from the American Religious Identification Survey and Pew Research on Religion, Dr. Hodge conducted research with ECC youth at the 2012 high school conference to determine the spiritual and religious beliefs of the teens in the Covenant. This webinar shares the highlights and outcomes of this research.

    (North Park University, Chicago, is a nonprofit institution preparing students for lives of significance and service.)

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  4. Featuring Josh Higgins (Glendora Community Church, Glendora, CA), Soong-Chan Rah (North Park Theological Seminary, Chicago), and Amy Williams (Gang Intervention Specialist, Chicago)

    With the world around us changing due to relocation and gentrification, youth ministries and programs have youth that are blended across multiple borders. Urban/suburban blend, rural/urban blend, blends of socio-economic status, ethnicity, and youth in the system (e.g. foster care or juvenile detention) are just a few examples. With this change can come tension from "the regulars" in your organization as the ministry adjusts to make room for youth and families that are different from what your organization is used to. This webinar will discuss ways to honor, communicate and incorporate the value in the stories of all God's children, as well as tips and tools for being comfortably uncomfortable in the tension of blended ministry.

    (North Park University, Chicago, is a nonprofit institution preparing students for lives of significance and service.)

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  5. In this new economic climate, it can be difficult to balance your calling to ministry with the need for real revenue to keep both your organization (and your position) financially afloat. This session will discuss policy issues that affect the field of youth work, the foundation God's calling provides on your life, and creative ways to develop revenue using a Scenario Forecasting tool to help the youth worker proactively contribute to the future of youth work in his/her community.

    (North Park University, Chicago, is a nonprofit institution preparing students for lives of significance and service.)

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