Ken Moser

Ken Moser


Ken was born in Alaska, raised in Phoenix, Arizona, studied in California for a few years and then jumped on a sailing yacht and sailed for a year finally arriving in Australia. He attended Moore Theological College in Sydney (completing a Bachelor of Theology) and Morling College (completing a Masters of Arts in Theology.

He is married to Julie, a veteran youth minister and youth ministry consultant.

Since 1986, Ken has worked at four different churches as the youth minister. These churches ranged from large, well established churches with sizable youth ministries to church plants with a youth ministry that was just starting out. Most recently, he was the youth director at St. John’s Anglican Church (Shaughnessy) in Vancouver, British Columb

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I hope we are in agreement that the most important aim in youth ministry is fruit—real, solid, true fruit. In youth ministry this can be seen in a number of ways: love, discipleship, conversion, the development of long-term followers of Jesus, the list goes on and on.

However, there is another list of fruit that I must warn you is unhelpful. The trouble with this kind of fruit is that it looks s...

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