7 Highly Effective Ways to Disciple Gen Z | 107

On today’s podcast, we are joined by Joe Elliot, who is the founder and executive director of the Catalyst Collective. He’s also designed an incredible tool that can give us great discipleship and parenting insights into our kiddos as well as help them better understand themselves. Today, we’re going to be talking about 7 effective ways to disciple Gen Z, and Joe will give us not only actionable ideas but a lot of great information about this generation that will help us more effectively go for their hearts even as we prepare them to make a big Kingdom impact on our world.  

 We are less than 1 month away from our first big event of the season, and we are super excited to be back in Round Rock, TX this season March 31-April 2. We have an incredible line-up of speakers and resources lined up for that event, as well as an Evening Of Real Refreshment for Moms, Men’s Breakfast for Dads and sons, and teen and children’s programs for your kids. We hope you’ll plan to join us there!! You can see the full schedule, more details about the hotel, and more on our website. Go to TeachThemDiligently.net/events to get information about any of our upcoming live or virtual events. We can’t wait to see you there!!

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Author, Professional Speaker and Founder of the Catalyst Collective, Joe Elliott, has been on the front lines serving teens and families for over 20 years. He currently runs the fastest growing mentoring program in Texas and is at the forefront of innovating experiences that empower teens and parents to maximize their impact by embracing their God-given, unique design. Joe lives in Austin, Texas with his wife of 22 years and 3 teenage kiddos.

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Find out more about the Catalyst Collective and more information about how to disciple Gen Z by clicking HERE.

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