The Resilient
Local Church

PRM Annual Conference
September 10–11, 2022

Rathburn Hall
Grove City College

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Conference Speakers

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Dr. Walt Mueller is the founder and President of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding (cpyu.org), a non-profit ministry serving schools, churches, and community organizations across the U.S, Canada, and worldwide in their efforts to understand youth culture, and thereby minister to kids and strengthen families.

Walt has been working with young people and families for over 40 years. Walt has served on the adjunct faculty of several undergrad and graduate institutions, and is currently co-mentoring a Doctor of Ministry Program in Ministry to Emerging Generations at Gordon- Conwell Theological Seminary.

Walt’s commentary and analysis on youth culture is heard daily online and on over 880 radio stations across the United States and Canada on CPYU’s daily radio program, Youth Culture Today. He blogs (cpyu.org) and writes extensively on youth culture and family issues and is the author of ten books, including: 99 Thoughts For Parents of Teenagers (Group, 2011); The Space Between: A Parent’s Guide to Teenage Development (Zondervan, 2009), and the Gold Medallion Award winner, Understanding Today’s Youth Culture
(Tyndale House, 1994, 1999). He is a regular contributor to a variety of publications and has written regular culture columns for Youthworker Journal and Group Magazine.

Walt and his wife Lisa live in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and have four adult children; Caitlin, Joshua, Bethany and Nathaniel, and six grandchildren.

Dr. Walt Mueller is the founder and President of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding (cpyu.org), a non-profit ministry serving schools, churches, and community organizations across the U.S, Canada, and worldwide in their efforts to understand youth culture, and thereby minister to kids and strengthen families.

Walt has been working with young people and families for over 40 years. Walt has served on the adjunct faculty of several undergrad and graduate institutions, and is currently co-mentoring a Doctor of Ministry Program in Ministry to Emerging Generations at Gordon- Conwell Theological Seminary.

Walt’s commentary and analysis on youth culture is heard daily online and on over 880 radio stations across the United States and Canada on CPYU’s daily radio program, Youth Culture Today. He blogs (cpyu.org) and writes extensively on youth culture and family issues and is the author of ten books, including: 99 Thoughts For Parents of Teenagers (Group, 2011); The Space Between: A Parent’s Guide to Teenage Development (Zondervan, 2009), and the Gold Medallion Award winner, Understanding Today’s Youth Culture (Tyndale House, 1994, 1999). He is a regular contributor to a variety of publications and has written regular culture columns for Youthworker Journal and Group Magazine.

Walt and his wife Lisa live in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and have four adult children; Caitlin, Joshua, Bethany and Nathaniel, and six grandchildren.

Dr. Walt Mueller is the founder and President of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding (cpyu.org), a non-profit ministry serving schools, churches, and community organizations across the U.S, Canada, and worldwide in their efforts to understand youth culture, and thereby minister to kids and strengthen families.

Walt has been working with young people and families for over 40 years. Walt has served on the adjunct faculty of several undergrad and graduate institutions, and is currently co-mentoring a Doctor of Ministry Program in Ministry to Emerging Generations at Gordon- Conwell Theological Seminary.

Walt’s commentary and analysis on youth culture is heard daily online and on over 880 radio stations across the United States and Canada on CPYU’s daily radio program, Youth Culture Today. He blogs (cpyu.org) and writes extensively on youth culture and family issues and is the author of ten books, including: 99 Thoughts For Parents of Teenagers (Group, 2011); The Space Between: A Parent’s Guide to Teenage Development (Zondervan, 2009), and the Gold Medallion Award winner, Understanding Today’s Youth Culture
(Tyndale House, 1994, 1999). He is a regular contributor to a variety of publications and has written regular culture columns for Youthworker Journal and Group Magazine.

Walt and his wife Lisa live in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and have four adult children; Caitlin, Joshua, Bethany and Nathaniel,
and six grandchildren.

Chris Ansberry
Preaching and Teaching Ecclesiastes

McFeaters

Michelle McFeaters
Resilient Financial Practices for the Church

Robbins

Duffy Robbins
Resilient Youth Ministry

Roth

Brad Roth
Hungry for Christ, Sustained by Grace: Resilient Rural Ministry

Trueman

Carl Trueman
Light, Momentary Affliction: The Secret to Resilient Ministry

Schedule

Saturday

September 10

9:00 AM

Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:30 AM

Morning Plenary
Resilient Financial Practices for the Church

Michelle McFeaters

11:00 AM

Morning Workshops

FAQs of Church Finances
Michelle McFeaters

Hungry for Christ, Sustained by Grace: Resilient Rural Ministry

Brad Roth

11:45 AM

Lunch

1:00 PM

Afternoon Workshops

Resilient Youth Ministry
Duffy Robbins

Preaching & Teaching Ecclesiastes
Chris Ansberry

2:30 PM

Afternoon Plenary
Light, Momentary Affliction: The Secret to Resilient Ministry
Carl Trueman

Register

Saturday’s featured conference sessions are open to the public—pastors and lay-leaders alike. Please join us for insights on the resilient local church.

There is a $10 conference fee payable at the door. A continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Saturday’s featured conference sessions on Youth Culture with Dr. Walt Mueller are open to the public—pastors and lay-leaders alike. Please join us for insights from one of the field’s leading voices.

A fee of $10 is requested to provide lunch, and is payable at the door.

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100 Campus Drive, Box 3042
Grove City, PA 16127
(724) 458-3897
office@ruralministry.org

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Grove City, PA 16127
(724) 458-3897
office@ruralministry.org

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