Breakouts

Forum Breakouts

 

EiYM / Andy Harrison          
Your youth ministry may not be perfect, but it can be excellent! Stop comparing yourself to others and focus on the One who enables you for this task. Come learn how to be the best youth minister YOU can be.

Ladies / Angela Sanders      
A breakout designed to spiritually feed Ladies souls.

Ladies / Angela Sanders      
A practical breakout on ministering to and discipling as a woman in ministry.

Crisis / Cody Brumley           
Crisis is inevitable. How do you effectively lead and minister in the midst of difficulty?

Leader- Relationships with Students (Volunteers) / Dakota Scott         
Building healthy relationships with students is a must in youth ministry. This breakout explores proven methods as well as current concerns.

Pop Culture Panel / Jake Anson     
Curious about the crazy world of youth? This panel will explore need to knows about youth culture.

Teaching / Jake Rasmussen 
The 7 Best Practices for Teaching Teenagers the Bible

Financial Peace / Jason Peck           
Stewardship is important. How can you effectively manage your finances as a minister?

Discipling to Make Disciples / Jeremy Johnson     
What does it look like to parent toward disciple making?

Digital Culture Panel / Jordan Anson         
Youth culture extends deep into the digital world. This panel will help you begin to get a handle on trends, traps, and tips in dealing with a digital landscape.

Hot Topics: Suicide / Megan Bryant           
The implications and impact of suicide can be difficult.

Staff Infection (Leaders) / Nick Atyia         
Staff relationships can be healthy or toxic.

Spiritual Life (Volunteers) / Sarah Wooten           
One’s personal spiritual walk is the only lasting thing you can pass on to the students you work with. How is yours?

Hot Topic: Youth Counseling (Gender Issues, depression, stress/anxiety) / Tricia Robertson    
Everything including the kitchen sink. How can you navigate the waters and minister in today’s VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) culture?

 

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