Recognizing the role of teenagers as practical theologians and their ability to engage in robust theological dialogue born out of disruption and disorientation. Why seeing that rhythm of theological reflection as a means of faith formation is not only important but can lead to innovative, relevant, and growth-minded youth ministries. How we can empower youth to not be passive observers of their faith but active participants, theologians who engage scripture, the world, and their actual lives in real and active ways?
Holy Disruptions: Using Everyday Disruption as the Foundation for Faith Formation
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Speaker: Andrew Mochrie