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Tuesday, January 8
 

9:00am

"Be the &: Helping Teens Live Out the Gospel"
Join this workshop and collaborate with other youth ministers to help co-create a class series you can teach to teens based on this year's them "&." Bring your laptops/tablets, creativity and excitement.

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Speakers
avatar for Beau Davis

Beau Davis

CEO/ Co-Owner, Singing Oaks Church of Christ
Beau is the CEO and co-owner of Olive Branch Family Therapy Inc and has served as the Youth and Executive Minister at Singing Oaks Church of Christ in Denton, TX since 2006. He holds a Master’s degree in Marriage & Family Therapy, a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry and Bachelor... Read More →


Tuesday January 8, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Pikes Peak 2

9:00am

Enneagram 101

Tuesday January 8, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Pikes Peak 4

9:00am

Faith for Exiles: 5 Research Based Insights to Help a New Generation Follow Jesus in a Digital Babylon
This session will feature new research insights and practical applications from David Kinnaman and Mark’s up coming book, Faith For Exiles: 5 Ways For A New Generation to Follow Jesus in Digital Babylon. We’ll look at key insights to understanding Millennials and Gen Z, but also look at our research of four groups of Christians and former Christians from this generation and what led some to become resilient disciples and others to walk away. This workshop includes practical tools to take back to your church for leading workshops to help apply the research concepts. We’ll also discuss the cultural shifts that are requiring the church to develop resilient disciples because the next generation is no longer living in a kind of “Jerusalem” as previous generations , but rather they are exiles in “Digital Babylon”. The Christian community has an unprecedented opportunity to influence the trajectory of the Millennial and Gen Z generations — and this provides inroads for the gospel by shaping a sense of calling and purpose, workplace wellbeing, human flourishing as well as generosity and godly ambition.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Matlock

Mark Matlock

President, WisdomWorks
Mark Matlock Has been serving teenagers and youth leaders for more than two decades of executive leadership to WisdomWorks as its founder and formerly Youth Specialties as its president. Mark has also authored more than twenty books for parents and teens and organized hundreds of... Read More →


Tuesday January 8, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Centennial

9:00am

Marriage & Ministry


Tuesday January 8, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Pikes Peak 1

9:00am

Ministry of Belonging
All teenagers are wrestling with three ‘tasks’: Identity, Purpose and Belonging. But in our current culture, belonging has become the lens through which the other tasks are viewed. We’ll talk about why this shift occurred, and how we should respond.

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Speakers
avatar for Mark Oestreicher

Mark Oestreicher

“MarkO”, as he’s better known in the Youth Ministry world, has been involved in church ministry his whole life, particularly with teenagers and youth workers. Mark has also been a part of the leadership of Youth Specialties, Zondervan, and now the Youth Cartel. He has also contributed... Read More →


Tuesday January 8, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Goldcamp

9:00am

The Church of "They": Loving and Leading Difficult People
Do you ever find yourself discouraged by what “they” say?  Combining their professional experiences in ministry and mental health, the presenters will focus on equipping church leadership to deal with the difficult personalities we sometimes encounter in our congregations.  Consideration will be given to direct face-to-face interactions, as well as to the indirect complaints of nameless, faceless critics.
Participants will:
•    Encounter a Scripturally-informed ethic of managing our anxiety when coping with difficult people
•    Assess and improve responses to others
•    Acquire practical suggestions offered by a network of experienced church leaders

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Speakers
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Jason Allison

Pegram Church of Christ
Jason Allison is the preaching minister with the Pegram (TN) Church of Christ, where he has served in multiple ministry capacities (including youth/family and worship ministry) for over 24 years. He and his wife, Amy, live in an active household, raising 5 children, including two... Read More →
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Dave Morgan

Dr. Dave Morgan is an Assistant Professor at Lipscomb University where his primary responsibilities are teaching and supervision in the Marriage and Family Therapy graduate program. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, as well as a Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor... Read More →


Tuesday January 8, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
Pikes Peak 3