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Course Instructors

The Institute for Youth Ministry’s flagship Certificate of Youth and Theology program, re-designed with today’s youth worker in mind. We have hand selected

Course of Study

The C:YT + HYBRID year-long is esigned for people actively ministering to youth in churches and ministry organizations who want to dig deeper into theology and explore its intersections with ministry to young people.

Course Outline

Download your free course outline with information about weekly learning objectives and course participation.


 
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SHANE BERG
EXCEUTIVE VICE PRSIDENT OF COMMUNICATION AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Shane is the Executive Vice President at Princeton Theological Seminary. Dr. Berg earned his MDiv degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and his PhD in New Testament and Ancient Christianity from Yale University.  He served on the faculty of Princeton Theological Seminary for seven years as Assistant Professor of New Testament, and then joined the Seminary's executive leadership team in January 2014.

C:YT Course: Biblical Studies for Youth Ministry // 3 week course

 

 
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KERMIT MOSS
INTERIM DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER FOR BLACK CHURCH STUDIES

Kermit Moss is a PhD candidate in the area of Practical Theology (Christian Education and Formation) at Princeton Theological Seminary and has research interests in the intersection of theology, identity, spirituality, pneumatology, urban youth, and hip-hop/pop culture. In addition, Kermit currently serves as senior pastor of Manhattan Bible Church which is located in the Inwood neighborhood in Northern Manhattan (NYC).

C:YT Course: Theology in Youth Ministry // 3 week course

 
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KENDA CREASY DEAN
MARY D. SYNNOTT PROFESSOR OF YOUTH, CHURCH, AND CULTURE

Kenda Creasy Dean, an ordained United Methodist pastor in the Greater New Jersey Annual Conference, is the Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary. In addition to teaching in practical theology, education and formation (specifically youth and young adult ministry, the church as social innovator, and theories of teaching), Kenda works closely with Princeton’s Institute for Youth Ministry and the Farminary. She also serves as the coordinating pastor of Kingston United Methodist Church. Kenda is the author of numerous books

The Art of Youth Pastoring // 3 week course

 

REQUIRED TEXTS

About the Bible: Short Answers to Big Questions 
Revised and Expanded Edition, Terence Fretheim (Augsburg Books 2009)

Classical Christian Doctrine: Introducing the Essentials of the Ancient Faith
Ronald E. Heine (Baker Academic 2013)