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WEBINAR: Whose Church? Effectively Engaging Black Millennials

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It's back to school time and millions of millennials will return to college campuses across the country. In addition to continuing their education, many millennials want to grow in their faith. Learn how to better engage Black millennials, join the 3-part series, “Whose Church: Effectively Engaging Black Millennials!” with the Rev. Dr. Brianna K. Parker (Rev. Bri).

In this data-filled webinar series, Rev. Bri will detail exactly what Black millennials of faith desire and expect in their places of worship. The cost is $75 per session or $200 for the three-part bundle. Register now at blackmillennialcafe.com.

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  • How to make your bible study and church programming engaging for millennials.
  • What it takes for Black millennials to trust pastors and church leadership.
  • How to accurately view millennials and money.
  • How to manage dynamics between generations.

Who Should Sign-Up:

Ministry leaders, pastors, young adult pastors, community leaders, pastors of outreach, community engagement and institutions seeking healthy engagement with millennials. Register now at blackmillennialcafe.com.

About Rev. Bri

The Reverend Doctor Brianna K. Parker graduated from Arizona State University with the recognition as an “Exceptional Graduate” of her class for receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science after only two years of enrollment. She completed her Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary, where she was awarded the Norman Vincent Peale preaching scholarship, in 2006. Rev. Bri graduated with a concentration in Pastoral Care and Counseling after studying with the renowned scholar, Dr. David W. Augsburger. While working in full-time ministry, she attained a Master of Arts in Church-State Studies from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, where she explored the intersection of religion and public policy. Rev. Bri completed a Doctor of Ministry at Virginia Union University’s Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology, where her research birthed groundbreaking work on Black millennials and faith. She is presenting working on a congregational guide for to help churches better connect and serve millennials.


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