The GAP Year Experience and the Future of Discipling the Next Generation

The GAP Year Experience and the Future of Discipling the Next Generation

Presenter: Drew Anderson, Program Director for GAP at Denton Bible Church

In a world of inexorable confusion, intrigue, and impatience, what does Christian discipleship look like? How can the next generation of Christ-followers grow in biblical knowledge, understanding, and wisdom? Is there a place in the local church for this to occur? Come and learn how a gap-year discipleship experience offers robust answers to these questions and provides one immersive solution for the next generation to be equipped to build a life of true success.

Conference Sessions

Parenting Conference Keynote

Opening Keynote

Counselor, professor, and family physician Dr. Ekpedeme Wade presents the morning keynote address for Healthy Minds & Godly Hearts.

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The Sex Talk

The Sex Talk

Explore the when, how, what, and where of having conversations with your kids about sex, integrating a biblical perspective of sexuality with researched methods for approaching today’s generation of children and youth.

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Family Discipleship

Family Discipleship

Uncover a simple and approachable model of discipleship that’ll help you evaluate where your family is spiritually and decide what steps you can take to grow.

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Author

  • Drew Anderson

    Program Director for GAP at Denton Bible Church

    Drew serves as director of GAP, the gap year discipleship ministry at Denton Bible Church. He is a graduate of Texas A&M and Dallas Theological Seminary, and he is a doctoral student at Southern Seminary.

    Drew’s passion is to cultivate an environment where God’s Word is taught, God’s face is sought, and God’s Word is lived out wisely in the lives of God’s people.

    Drew is married to Jennifer and is the father of three amazing daughters. When he and his family are not hiking at a State Park, they’re usually reading a book, playing volleyball, watching Lord of the Rings, or commiserating about another Aggie football loss.

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