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Dr. Mueller addresses Pittsburgh audiences

Dr. Walt Mueller
photo of Dr. Walt Mueller from www.cpyu.org 
Dr. Walt Mueller, founder and president of the Center for Parent/Youth Understanding, will be visiting the Pittsburgh area this week for a series of talks and discussions about contemporary youth culture and some of the pressures they face. Dr. Mueller’s visit is sponsored by the North Hills Reformed Presbyterian Church and Geneva College.

Dr. Mueller will visit several churches and schools this weekend for a variety of talks and seminars, including several open to the public:

  • Thursday, Oct. 23, 7 – 8:30 p.m. — What’s Going On?:Understand and Responding to Today’s Youth Culture, Pine Richland Eden Hall Upper Elementary
  • Friday, Oct. 24, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. — Youth Culture 101, Orchard Hill Church
  • Saturday, Oct. 25, 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. — Understand Today’s Youth Culture, North Hills Junior Hill School Auditorium (meal and general registration required)

A more detailed schedule is available here.

The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding is a non-profit organization that serves schools, churches and community organizations worldwide. CPYU aims to help strengthen families and help communities understand today’s rapidly changing youth cultures. For more information on the organization, visit its Web site here.

Dr. Mueller earned a B.A. in sociology from Geneva College, and both his M.Div. and doctorate in postmodern generations from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He has authored several books, including the award-winning Understanding Today’s Youth Culture (Tyndale House, 1994). Mueller is featured regularity as a commentator on both radio and television stations, and contributes regularly to both academic and popular periodicals.


 

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