Multiethnic Next Gen Ministries Webinar

Does Generation Z have a better handle on race relations than their parents and grandparents? Ever heard your church leaders refer to some students as "community", "bus" or "neighborhood" kids only to cringe at the thought of two different youth groups? Are you struggling to connect with students and their families because of cultural and language differences? If you can relate to any of those questions you'll probably want to join us for our next webinar .

Increasingly, church leaders are embracing the power and beauty of the multiethnic church as this is the most diverse generation North America has ever seen. Yet, as we look at Next Gen Ministries we often see them falling far behind or leading the way, with very few found in between the two extremes. Come hear from leading practitioners share best practices and common challenges in both Kids and Student Ministries who are serving in Multiethnic contexts.

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Zach Coffin

The Wesleyan Church - Fishers, IN

Zach is the Director of NextGen Ministries within the Church Multiplication and Discipleship Division. He has been leading Next Gen ministries at various sized churches for well over a decade. Most recently he served as the next generation pastor at All Shores Wesleyan Church in Spring Lake, Mich. Zach loves praying for others and getting to see kids, students, and families discover God's relentless love for them. He was an integral part of Follow 2015 Youth Convention in Indianapolis, Ind., on the executive team, and FUEL 2017.

Tara Harrison

Kentwood Community Church – Kentwood, MI

Coby Cagle

Quest Church – Seattle, WA

He has pastored teenagers and their parents for nearly 15 years. Currently he serves as the Pastor of Youth and College Ministry at Quest Church in Seattle, WA. Quest is an urban, multiethnic and multi-generational church in striving to be an incarnational presence in a fast changing post-Christian culture.

Erin Munroe

Greenville Multicultural – Greenville, SC

Erin Munroe is the youth pastor of Greenville Multicultural and the DYP for South Carolina. Erin has worked with multi-ethnic teenagers for six years in Greenville SC. She has also been apart of the leadership team for Follow held in SC and camps for many years.

Ebony Davis

Trinity Baptist - Waldorf, MD

Ebonie Davis has served as the Associate Pastor of Youth at Trinity Baptist Church in Waldorf, MD for ten years. She conducted the most recent national multi-city study of youth ministries known for racially diverse ministry, and holds a Master's degree from Huntington University in Youth Ministry Leadership.

J Scott Samarco

Transformation Church – Indian Land, SC

He is the TC Teens Director at Transformation Church in Indian Land, SC. He serves in a multi-ethnic and multigenerational context. His heart is to develop leaders and the next generation of student leaders to live out the great commission and great commandment.