Creating Communities of Practice in Youth Ministry

Here is an interview that I did with Mark Hayse, professor of Christian Education at MidAmerica Nazarene University, last fall on situated learning theory, communities of practice (a constitutive component of SL theory), and discipleship in youth ministry. It’s a long talk but filled with some good stories that reveal the practical application of SL theory and communities of practice for youth ministry.

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Paul Sheneman
Paul Sheneman is an author, speaker and youth pastor. He serves with the Macedonia Methodist Church in Ohio. He drinks way too much coffee for his own good. His main interest is exploring Christian formation. You can follow most of his ramblings on his blog at www.discipleshipremix.com or on Twitter @PaulSheneman.