What are the experiences, choices, and relationships that have shaped the faith of Australian young people?
The Peter Corney Lecture in Youth Ministry presents findings from the Your Story research project, exploring the spiritual experiences, beliefs, and influences that are shaping the faith of young people.
Join us to hear the voices of Australian young people so that their stories can help shape the future of faith in Australia.
For more information about Your Story Research Project, click here.
The Rev'd Dr Graham Stanton
Graham is Director of the Centre for Children’s and Youth Ministry and Lecturer in Practical Theology at Ridley College, Melbourne. He has been a leading youth ministry educator for over 20 years. His research has focussed on the theory and practice of church-based youth discipleship. His doctoral research is published in the ACT Monograph series as Wide-Awake in God’s World: Bible engagement for teenage spiritual formation in a culture of expressive individualism (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2020).
Dr Rowan Lewis
Rowan is Head of Pastoral Theology at ACOM, the Australian College of Ministries. He is an experienced researcher and educator in the area of formation and spirituality especially as it relates to younger people. Over the last 15 years, he has created and led formation programs for younger people as well as specialising in accompanying young people amidst times of doubt and spiritual transition – which ultimately became the focus of his PhD that was completed in 2020.