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The purpose of this course is to equip those working with youth to better understand the challenges and needs of young women in order to provide effective ministry through mentorship.
After watching the videos, completing course learning materials, completing the learning activities, and taking short multiple choice quizzes, you'll earn 0.1 continuing education units (CEU) and a training certificate.
Erica Jones currently serves as the Assistant Director of Women’s Ministries for the North American Division. Her primary ministry is mentoring teen girls and developing resources to help them make wise choices and live fulfilling lives. She also dedicates time to abuse prevention and education.
She received her undergraduate degree in English from Southern Adventist University, after which she accepted a position in the General Conference Youth Department as an editorial assistant where she served for four years before transitioning to NAD Women’s ministries. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in professional counseling.
One of Erica’s greatest desires is to empower young women to have the tools to make wise choices in their relationships, recognizing that the choices they make now will impact them for their entire lives.
Erica lives in Howard County, Maryland, where she co-manages an animal rescue and spends time with her own pets, Boots and Maisy.
I only wish I had done this course earlier. Good, sound, practical advice. Delivered so well. This course should be mandatory for anyone taking up leadership position in our churches.
Iam glad I came across this course because my daughter just turned 12 years and this is a guideline for me to understand her more. Thank you for this very insightful course.
wonderful, informative.. as the Pathfinder Director of my Church I really loved taking this course.. Thank you..
This was very informative and eye opening. I wish every adult member of the SDA church could complete it. I learned so much. My only issue is the reference to "going out for a cup of coffee" since caffeine drinking goes against the health message of our ... Read More