Online Storytelling Festival

Stories about Ministry with Young Adults:
Discoveries and Possibililities

The Zoe Project (2017-2020)

Sponsored by Princeton Theological Seminary and funded by the Lilly Endowment’s Young Adult Innovation Hub Initiative

What is the Zoe Project?

What is the Zoe Project? The Zoe Project is dedicated to building life-supporting, faith-transforming relationships between young adults and Christian congregations. Between 2017-2020, twelve congregations

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Why Stories?

Early on we realized that the true measure of innovation and transformation could never be captured in data alone. The real measure of the Zoe

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Explore the participants and leaders who made the Zoe Project a reality. These stories have rich backstories and diverse experiences from over one hundred participants.

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We turned to plenty of podcasts for insight, inspiration, and know-how throughout the project. Listen to a few of our favorites, and then check out

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The Zoe Project has benefitted and contributed to research literature. Explore the research tools and documents that inform innovation with young adults, and be sure

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The Zoe Project was funded by a grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc, and is headquartered at Princeton Theological Seminary.