Race Conversations: Checking your own Heart
Race Conversations: A Panel on Leading Families into Better Relationships
We are living in a time of social unrest and injustice. As we see the news and hear the stories, how are we feeling? What are our reactions? If we are going to lead our next generation well, we must search our own hearts first. Join our pastors for a discussion on identifying the feelings in our own hearts to truly "seek justice, love mercy, and walk humbly".
Speaker: Nithin Thompson
With our current social climate, our students have questions. And so do their parents. We can bridge the gap by teaching our families to have relationships that are honest and real. It can all start with one conversation. Join our panel for this important discussion on leading families into better relationships with our black brothers and sisters.
Speakers: Deana Taylor, Jon Coords, Jonathan Wilson
How to Recognize Anxiety & Depression in Students
Crisis Management: Understanding and Supporting our Special Needs Families
A global pandemic. National Unrest. Racial Inequality. Oh, and try "just being" a teen, or a parent with a child with special needs. It can all just feel too much to folks who already feel isolated and stretched. Join us to learn more about how we can support those in crisis as we navigate the current crisis together.
Speakers: Deby Fabrazzo, Sheila Wiggins, Suzi Soares
The Gospel is Still Good News
Did you know there are 5 Worldviews that impact the way your students are viewing Jesus? What if you could understand better, quite literally, the world they're living in? Join our panel in this discussion on unpacking different views of the gospel, and what your students need to hear to accept God's love.
Speakers: Jonathan Wilson, Suzi Soares, Deby Fabrazzo, Kelly Henn