Davis College

Programme Detail: Youth Ministries

Language of this entry English (USA)
Name of Programme / Training Resource Youth Ministries
Type of Training Programme with multiple subsidiary courses
Reference Number davis4
Description The Youth Ministry Department at Davis College located in Johnson City, New York, exists to equip leaders by informing their minds, inspiring their hearts and integrating their behavior, in order that they may fulfill their roles shaping the world's next generation The Youth Ministry Department of Davis College exists to: Fulfill the objectives of the Professional Division of Davis College: We provide opportunities to... ...encourage students to make a commitment to obey the Great Commission. ...provide students with experience in local church-related ministry. ...equip students with the skills for effective communication of the gospel of Jesus Christ. ...help students develop leadership skills for church-related ministry. ...encourage students to demonstrate Christian maturity and integrity. Conduct undergraduate youth ministry education: We provide students enrolled at Davis College the opportunity to... ...acquire the fundamental content through classroom attendance. ...form the essential character through personal mentoring, and ...develop the professional competency through professional fieldwork, which is necessary to leading a productive youth ministry.
Keywords Ministry, Youth, Evangelism
Languages Programme Available in English (USA)
Other Languages
Country and region where programme is available United States / New York
Area of Ministry and Focus Pastoral Encouragement and Counselling / Pastoral Care and Counselling; Pastoral Encouragement and Counselling / Youth and Students Ministry; Mission and Evangelism / Evangelism and Apologetics
Residential/Non Residential Residential
Full-time or Part-time Full-time
Level Degree
Cost Range US$100,000 or more
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Bursaries/scholarships available
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Average number of students who take the programme per year (or, if this is a new programme, the number who can be accommodated) 0
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