12th Grade Faith Legacy: Leaving Home With a Faith That Sticks
Purpose of this 12th Grade Family Ministry Seminar: What does it take to launch a son or daughter into adulthood with a faith that sticks? This seminar assists parents and teens in talking and praying about it together. It emboldens high school seniors to allow a “sticky web” of people to surround and encourage them as they set out on their own.
Presenter: Seminar presenter, Chapman “Chap” Clark, PhD, is the Associate Provost and Professor of Youth, Family and Culture at Fuller Seminary. He is the author of numerous articles and books
Life Skill: Help students see the importance of continuing in their faith walk after high school.
Time Commitment: About 2 ½ hour evening seminar.
- Help students see the importance of continuing in their faith walk after high school.
- Help parents in modeling a faith that is real so kids see its relevance.
- Help both parents and teens create a “sticky web” of godly adults to surround and encourage the student as he/she launches out on his/her own.
- Help graduating seniors and their parents stay connected together and experience open communication.
Legacy Point One – Why Faith Doesn’t Stick
Legacy Point Two – Who Am I? Who Cares?
Legacy Point Three – We Need a Sticky Web–the Church