Yale Divinity Videos
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Video lectures from the Yale Divinity School with distinguished professors and guest lecturers.
|1||VideoYouth Ministry: Now - Preaching Across the Generations||Good preaching is good preaching - to any age group, but bringing a message to young people requires particular attention to several fundamentals of effective communication.||11 7 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoYouth Ministry: Now - Discussing Sin with Youth||Andy Root encourages us to look at sin as a state of brokenness and isolation rather than just "bad things". Sin is a state of being and loss of relationship whereas sinning is the bad things that we do.||18 4 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoYouth Ministry: Now - Roland Martinson||At its best, youth ministry develops generative, intergenerational Christ communities that cultivate transformative faith and life in each other and make a difference in God's beloved world. Roland Martinson speaks on...||22 3 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoNurturing Spiritual Habits with Youth||Youth don't so much want to be lectured about God as they want to experience God. What are the spiritual disciplines, practices and traditions that help bring us closer to God and how do they work for today's youth?||19 3 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoTransformation through Pilgrimage||Youth long for experiences that will take them outside of their cramped, every day experience and connect them with something larger than themselves, with the transcendent love of God.||31 1 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoExperiential Bible Study||Rodger Nishioka speaks in a youth ministry lecture series on experiential Bible studies. He addresses the strengths and weaknesses of Bible studies and techniques to enrich the class.||31 1 2013||Free||View in iTunes|
|7||VideoMinistering to Youth Growing Up in a Screen-Based World||Andrew Root asks the question, "With so much time and attention focused on the computer, TV, iPad an cell phone, how do young people experience spiritual life in a "hyper-real" world and how can we minister to them?"||9 10 2012||Free||View in iTunes|
|8||VideoHuman Flourishing||This is the fourth part in the Youth Ministry: Now luncheon lecture series, part of the 2012 Berkeley Divinity School Colloquium.||19 4 2012||Free||View in iTunes|
|9||VideoBeyond Soup Kitchens and Sardines: Youth Ministry as Practical Theology||Rodger Nishioka is the Benton Family Associate Professor of Christian Education at Columbia Theological Seminary. He is appearing at the Berkeley Divinity School Colloquium, "Youth Ministry: Now" to talk about best practices in youth ministry.||27 3 2012||Free||View in iTunes|
|10||VideoRelationships Unfiltered: Youth Ministry Re-Imagined||This lecture is part of the “Youth ministry: Now" series for pastors and youth ministry leaders with speakers who explore the theological underpinnings of youth ministry and emerging trends for addressing the deepest needs of adolescents.||13 2 2012||Free||View in iTunes|
|11||VideoAfrican American Poetry as the Sacred Word||Prof. Alexander's presentation on African American Poetry as part of the Yale Divinity School's Parks-King Lecture series.||13 2 2012||Free||View in iTunes|