How can we reach postmoderns with the gospel?
Join the conversation at FORUM10, a fast-paced, two-day conference for youth workers, students, and church leaders. The meeting is designed to stimulate clear, biblical thinking about why young people are leaving the church after high school.
This also involves asking the question why many young people aren’t leaving the church—what successful churches are doing to keep students faithful throughout their young adult years. The conversation will be framed in the context of family ministry and the need to question older paradigms of youth ministry in order to move toward intergenerational biblical faithfulness.
The conversation arises out of a larger discussion about how we can reach a postmodern generation with the gospel in a way that is faithful to the gospel.
Free Will Baptist Bible College, March 7-10, 2010
FORUM10 will meet concurrently with the college’s annual Bible Conference (March 7-10, 2010), with some sessions geared exclusively to FORUM10 and others overlapping with the Bible Conference. Speakers are ministry practitioners and scholars whose focus is youth and family ministry, intergenerational ministry, and engaging post-modern culture with the gospel.
Mark Dever will talk about how to engage people in a postmodern culture with the gospel. Allen Pointer will discuss the moral formation of high school students. Thom Rainer will share the results of his research on why young people are (and aren’t) leaving the church after high school, and what churches can do to keep them. Barry Raper will discuss ministering to students in the context of contem-porary youth culture. Joey Stewart will talk about new par-adigms in youth and young adult ministry. Brian Williams will discuss how to engage parents in student ministry.
Join the Conversation
Don't miss this opportunity to brainstorm with those on the frontlines of discipling the next generation of believers. For more information or to register, visit www.fwbbc.edu or call