Bart Frost

Bart Frost is the former Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries at the Unitarian Universalist Association. Previously he served as Director of Religious Education at First Church of New Orleans. A lifelong Unitarian Universalist, Frost has served the Association in leadership roles since he was fifteen.

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Bart Frost led the Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries through almost five years of growth and change. In parting he gives us the gift of 5 crucial observations to keep youth and young adult ministry relevant and vital in the future of Unitarian Universalist faith.

By Bart Frost | July 24, 2019 | From Future of Faith

White Lies, Ep. 2 looks at the trials of Viola Liuzzo and James Reeb's murderers. We hear Dr. King's eulogy for James Reeb, LBJ’s famous speech, and learn how Alabama Attorney General Flowers fought segregation and bias in the Liuzzo jury selection. We also learn the depth and entrenchment of white supremacy in Alabama

By Bart Frost | May 24, 2019 | From Social Justice

This post is best read listening to Sam Cooke's timeless anthem celebrating the arc of justice that leading to freedom and justice for us all: A Change Is Gonna Come by Sam Cooke.* So turn-up the volume on your stereo (or phone or computer) and listen along as we chat about some heroes of the...

By Bart Frost | May 17, 2019 | From Issues and Trends

For many years, a cohort among us has called themselves “raised UUs”. It’s time to widen the circle.

By Bart Frost | April 18, 2019 | From Young Adults

​In this month’s episode, Bart acknowledges he can't finish a young adult ministry book right now. So instead of reviewing a book youth or young adult ministry book, he’s going to persuade you to read fiction, which could also be described as sci-fi/fantasy edition... intrigued yet?

By Bart Frost | November 28, 2018 | From Future of Faith

Being able to connect with children and babies is like this weird superpower I have, but its not a really awesome or impressive superpower like flying, laser eyes, being rich, or being able to control sea creatures. Is it just baby charisma or is it something else?

By Bart Frost | August 10, 2018 | From Future of Faith

Sustainable Youth Ministry is one of the seminal books about youth ministry and explores a number of crucial concepts.

By Bart Frost | July 10, 2018 | From Guides and Tools

In this month’s episode, Bart reviews Lyn Mikel Brown’s Powered By Girl. Published by Beacon Press, Powered by Girl explores how young women are embracing activism and are showing up for themselves and their peers. It also serves as a guide for adults who want to support youth activism. This is a timely read in the era of the Movement for Black Lives, #MeToo, and #Enough.

By Bart Frost | March 30, 2018 | From Stories and Voices

Bart circles back to re-read Kate Erslev's "Full Circle- Fifteen Ways to Grow Lifelong UUs" and finds its as indispensable as ever for anyone growing vibrant youth and young adult ministry.

By Bart Frost | February 28, 2018 | From Guides and Tools

The Blue Boat Editorial Board is proud to announce the beginning of a new monthly series, Bart Reviews Books! In this series, Bart will review a series of new and older books related to youth and young adult ministry. Read the first installment today!

By Bart Frost | January 26, 2018 | From Stories and Voices

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Bart Frost speaking at General Assembly 2015