The Middle Years Ministry

Formerly "The JH Uth Guy", THE MIDDLE YEARS MINISTRY is a Site Dedicated to Providing Resources, Ideas, and Help to Pastors, Leader, Directors, Teachers, Mentors and Anyone Else Working in
the
Pivotal and Important 5th-9th Grade Years. The “Middle Years” are not children’s ministry, not high school ministry, and are more than just Middle School/Jr. High. It is a unique and specialized ministry, where the final lifelong faith decision are made.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

“FourFiveSix” (Online Middle Years Leaders Conference)

An Amazingly Easy Online Conference.. Stream from anywhere with an internet connection!

One affordable registration covers ALL THE LEADERS from your church, watching together & with the same workshops. Lots of online interaction opportunities with all conference attendees! 

What is coming on:
- 4 Challenging General Sessions
- 6 Practical Workshops

At this unique conference experience, your whole team will discover:  

- Why the preteen years are a unique window of opportunity for ministry leaders
- How to multiply the effects of your ministry to preteens
- Creative ideas to take your preteen ministry to the next level
- Replenishment for your soul, so you can minister "out of the overflow”
- Connection to the worldwide community of preteen ministry leaders

WHO: "I hope you make time to join us, a passionate group of ministry leaders, desperately wanting to continually improve our walk alongside kids 9-12 as they develop their OWN life-long relationship journey with Christ." -Sean Sweet, Community Facilitator, FourFiveSix.org

HOW: "I look forward to this year's online conference. I'll be hosting it in our ministry space to include my leaders. I got so much out of the sessions last year." -Matt, Ogden UT 

WHY: "During early adolescence, kids move from blanket acceptance of adult moral judgment to developing their own personal values...they start to consider complex moral and ethical questions yet are unprepared to cope with them." -National Middle School Association, Research Summary


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