CPYU’s Symposium on Traditional Biblical Sexuality in a Changing Youth Culture
November 7-10, 2023
Westminster Presbyterian Church
2151 Oregon Pike
Lancaster, PA 17601
As debates about human sexuality and gender dominate classrooms, communities, churches, youth groups, and social media, youth ministers committed to a traditional biblical ethic may struggle to find their voice. Some may wonder if there is a safe place in which to form a theologically informed and nuanced approach to these charged and complex issues.
Join Dr. Walt Mueller of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding and Dr. Duffy Robbins of Grove City College for an intensive multi-day symposium to deepen your own biblical and theological foundations, to broaden your apologetic for affirming the goodness of expressing sexual intimacy within the bonds of marriage between a man and a woman, and to strengthen your pastoral skills in helping children and teens live out biblical truths on sex and gender.
This Symposium presumes participants’ affirmation of a historic, orthodox Christian sexual ethic and will be building from this premise, not debating it. Participation is limited to 25 to allow for deep exploration of these issues and will require some preparatory work along with active involvement and interaction with others in the Symposium.
Limited to 25 participants.
Registration includes the Symposium, Symposium Materials, Snacks, Dinner on Tuesday evening, and Lunches on Wednesday/Thursday. Fee does not include travel, overnight lodging, and additional meals.
For further details, accommodation options, and schedule, please view this page.