Dwell Among Them: Exploring Incarnation-Driven Ministry

When we read "The Word became flesh and dwelt among us" in the Gospel of John, we immerse ourselves in the reality of the Incarnation: God became man so that we can be in relationship with Him. This is life-changing, and the encounter with Jesus face to face transforms us entirely, turning us into a virtuous, prayerful, selfless individual who seeks to spread the Gospel.

Does our ministry seek to do the same? Does our ministry introduce the reality of the Incarnation, and also build relationships with others that are transformational? Do we seek to build relationships with young people, new parishioners, and families, hoping to also help them meet and be in relationship with Jesus? Are we being incarnational?

  • Date:Saturday, December 8
  • Time:2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
  • Session Type:Breakout
  • Session Code:D04
  • Submitter - First Name:Katie
  • Submitter - Last Name:Prejean McGrady
  • Submitter - Email Address:katieprejean@gmail.com
  • Thematic Categories:Youth Ministry Models and Methods
  • Session Outcome 1:Unpack 3 different Gospel passages where Jesus models "incarnation driven" ministry.
  • Session Outcome 2:Identify practical methods of building community within parishes, especially youth ministry and religious education programs, bridging the gap between ages, ministries, and programs parish wide.
  • Session Outcome 3:Personally identify and take ownership of 3 definitive steps attendees can take to become more "people and relationship" focused in their ministry.
Katie Prejean McGrady
Katie Prejean Ministries