Youth Ministries at a Glance
Why Study Youth Ministries at TFC?
Want to minister to young lives while empowering the next generation of leaders? Study Youth Ministries at Toccoa Falls College! The Ministry Leadership degree with a concentration in Youth Ministries allows students to focus on making disciples of youth in the church and faith-based nonprofit settings. This concentration focuses on interpreting and engaging in youth culture in a redemptive manner.
Students will learn to cultivate community through small group settings, as well as develop spiritual care and counseling methods. Theological, academic, and practical engagement will produce graduates who are transformation-minded leaders that envision personal and spiritual growth for their youth.
- Multi-Generational Ministries
- Pastoral Ministries
- Church Planting
- Faith-Based Organizations
Ministry & Leadership
The beauty of (the ministry leadership program), is that wherever we’re going, wherever the Lord wants to take us, ministry leadership prepares you to keep pressing into Jesus and to find him in all of the different places that he might lead.”
TFC Alumna, 2018
Youth Ministries Courses
The Ministry Leadership major with a Youth Ministries concentration is a 126 hour program that includes 69 hours of general education courses (including 30 hours of Bible & Theology), 15 hours of open electives, and 42 hours in Ministry Leadership-specific courses (15 of which are hours dedicated to the Youth Ministries concentration).
- Introduction to Communicating to Youth
- Youth Culture
- Curriculum Development for Youth Ministry
- Youth Evangelism & Discipleship
What can you do with a Youth Ministries concentration?
When you earn a degree in Ministry Leadership with a Youth Ministries concentration, you will find that there are many career opportunities available to you. Graduates are qualified for a wide range of jobs, such as:
Youth Minister or Youth Pastor
A youth minister or pastor is typically a position at a Christian church. The person in this position works directly with the youngest members of the congregation, often guiding them as they develop spiritually.
A coach plays a pivotal role in the social and emotional development of young children and adolescents. An individual who earns an online youth ministry degree would be well-qualified to serve as a coach at a Christian school or organization.
An individual who has earned a youth ministry degree could also be qualified to work as a school counselor, as this position requires a person to be able to gently guide a student as they discover who they are and who they want to become.
Missionaries often lead young people to areas where they can serve those who are in need, making someone with a youth ministry degree uniquely qualified for this position.