HUNTINGTON, Ind. — Dr. Walt Mueller, renown teacher and leader in the youth culture, has joined the graduate youth ministry leadership faculty at Huntington University.
is the founder and president of the Center for Parent/Youth
Understanding, a non-profit organization bridging the gap between
parents and teens, and has been working with youth and families for 31
years. He is an internationally-recognized speaker and author in the
contemporary youth culture field, including books titled, “The Space
Between: A Parent's Guide to Teenage Development” and the
critically-acclaimed, Gold Medallion Award winner, “Understanding
Today’s Youth Culture.”
The master’s degree in youth ministry
leadership is offered in a hybrid format with online and on-site
workshop classes around the country. Mueller will teach a one-day
workshop in the Chicago area. He will begin teaching this fall semester.
known Walt for a while and am thrilled that he enthusiastically
accepted our offer to teach,” said Dr. Dave Rahn, director of the
program. “We hope that Walt’s name recognition and appealing subject
matter will attract a nice crowd and give our program some good
Mueller holds a bachelor’s degree from Geneva College
and a Master of Divinity degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological
Seminary. He recently completed his doctorate at Gordon-Conwell in
“Ministry to Postmodern Generations.”
For more information on the youth ministry leadership program, visit www.huntington.edu/graduate/youth-ministry-masters.