Relational Youth Ministry in an Age of Networks

Breakout by Andrew Zirschky | Networked individualism is a new social operating system that drives teenagers’ love/hate obsession with social media and undergirds the kind of thin relationality that all of us increasingly pursue.

In this breakout we’ll explore the implications of networked individualism for youth ministry, and we’ll consider ways that youth workers can foster relationships beyond mere connection with and among youth.