THURSDAY, May 17 from 9am-Noon (lunch following until 1pm)
Cost: $45 includes lunch (cash or check at door - RSVP required below!) DEADLINE MAY 10 OR UNTIL FULL...
Hosted by Menlo Park Pres. Church - Fellowship Hall at 950 Santa Cruz Ave. in Menlo Park, CA.
Chap Clark Prof of Youth, Family and Culture at Fuller Seminary and Jim Candy (pastor, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church) will interview leading thinkers on adolescence, spiritual growth, leadership and culture.
This event is designed to:
- Hear from top thinkers in area of youth ministry/adolescent research and how it relates to spiritual formation, leadership and strategy.
- Network with other youth workers around the Bay Area.
- Consider what an ongoing connection could look like for Bay Area youth pastors to connect more frequently.
- Great opportunity for parents who want to hear from top thinkers on faith development in kids.
Join us in this half day event.
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John Ortberg Senior Pastor at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church and internationally known writer and speaker on spiritual formation. John, Chap and Jim will talk about how people grow spiritually and how that is affected by adolescence.
Nancy Ortberg Director of Leadership Development at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church. Nancy has served numerous churches and consulted widely on best practices in leadership. She will join us to talk about how courageous leadership can shape a culture that cares for young people.
Dr. Bill Damon Professor at Stanford University and one of the world's leading researchers in human development. Dr. Damon leads Stanford's Center for Adolescence Research and will be talking with Chap and Jim about latest research into adolescence and their possible implications.
Vicki Abeles Producer of the international film sensation "Race to Nowhere." The film has been viewed by thousands of people nationally and chronicles the life and plight of young people in America. Vicki will dialogue on the pressurized culture we live in and what, if anything, can be done to help.