Looking for a great leadership opportunity for youth?
Peer Ministry Training (PMT) is an opportunity to come together with high school youth and youth counselors who want to learn additional/intentional skills in leadership/caring for peers/discipleship to serve in their congregation, school, community and family. The Missouri District Family Life and Youth Board invite you and/or your youth to Peer Ministry Training
February 15-17, 2018, at the Sojourn Retreat Center in Dittmer, Missouri.
Full details of the weekend can be found at the Missouri District—LCMS website.
Peer Ministry Training 1 is the entry level course and is designed to teach participants:
- Quality training in caring skills
- Commitment to growth in faith and values
- Christian service to other people
- Listening with care
- Help bring the hope of Christ into the lives of their peers
Peer Ministry Training 2 is the follow-up course to Peer Ministry Training. Participants must have been through PMT 1.
The focus of PMT 2 is:
- Learning how to validate others
- How to deal with sensitive issues
- Discovering our spiritual gifts
- Learning to share our faith and personal faith stories
Your Cost for the entire weekend is $80 per person, which includes staff, materials, housing and meals. The actual cost for the training is more than $200 per person. However, the Missouri District Board for Family Life and Youth Ministry is providing funds to pay the balance per person for youth and counselors. (Immanuel-Joplin students can get their costs further reduced by participating in the Super Subs fund raiser on Feb 2 and 3.)
Deadline: The deadline for Immanuel-Joplin high school students is Sunday, February 3. Fill out the form below, and bring your check to Jason Glaskey on or before that date to be registered.
Questions? Call or text our DCE Jason Glaskey (417) 540-9011.