Tag: Kristin Keller


Hyphen Tour 2016: Join the Movement

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20th May

Hyphen is the international young adult ministry of the General Youth Division. We seek to connect young adults to service with purpose through resources for a mission! Hyphen is currently experiencing dynamic growth from a local to a global level. We believe “The Hyphen Tour 2016 – Join the Movement” will be a life-changing experience that intentionally serves our desire to connect young adults to mission.

Statistics prove that twenty-somethings leaving the church is not a new problem solely describing the millennial—or Hyphen—generation. What is staggering, however, is that the Hyphen generation is the first generation feared not to follow suit in returning to the church once they reach their thirties and start a family. The possibility of Hyphens leaving the church and never returning to God magnifies our responsibility, while also presenting us with an unprecedented opportunity to reach the … Read More »



Interview with NAYC Speakers: Kristin Keller

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27th March

North American Youth Congress is not that far away. And NAYC 15 is chock full of anointed speakers and musicians who will be ministering in Oklahoma City in just a few short months. We’d like to you to get to know them before they preach to you and lead you in worship.

Our next interview comes from our Thursday morning Hyphen session speaker, our national Hyphen director, Dr. Kristin Keller.

InsideOut: If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you want to have with you and why?
Kristin Keller: A hammock, a good book, and a Diet Coke. I might as well pretend I am on vacation if I am stranded!

IO: Please tell us your favorite joke.
KK: My favorite joke is told every time (and I mean every single time) I go to a Chinese restaurant with my dad. … Read More »



Interview with NAYC Speakers: Kristin Keller

20th July

Our next interview for NAYC comes from Kristin Keller of Lancaster, Ohio. She will be speaking at the Hyphen young adults split session Thursday morning at 10:15 AM. So, students, it’s my pleasure to introduce you to one of your Hyphen speakers, Kristin Keller.

InsideOut: If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three items would you want to have with you and why?
Kristin Keller: A hammock, a good book, and a Diet Coke. I might as well pretend I am on vacation if I am stranded!

IO: Please tell us your favorite joke.
KK: My favorite joke is told every time (and I mean every single time) I go to a Chinese restaurant with my dad. We get through the meal, and I know it is coming as he reaches for the fortune cookie on the table. He breaks it open. … Read More »






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