Do you believe young people are a force for leading movements to change policy and culture, yet also believe churches are notably absent in supporting and mentoring them?

Dr. Beth Corrie takes seriously the capacity of young people and their unwillingness to accept injustice. In this engaging conversation, she discusses how to integrate new tools and insights into the typical facets of congregational youth ministry so that high school students are empowered to actively establish God's shalom, peace, justice and well-being.

Beth is the Associate Professor in the Practice of Youth Education and Peacebuilding and Director of the Religious Education Program at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. Her teaching draws on commitments to both peace with justice and the education of young people, particularly the development of teaching and ministry that empower people for global citizenship.