Oh I wish I was going to be there. I have a friend going to the one in Nashville, I will pass it along.
You can change the world!
daily: AIDS! Sex-trafficking! Poverty! Do we retreat to our suburban
fortresses, or do we raise up world-changers who risk as Jesus did?
We’ll look at case studies of young people who have changed the world
and the youth workers who helped them. We’ll explore ideas for turning
your teens into activists who bust out of comfort zones and make a
real, God-breathed radical faith in students who are too comfortable.
They need to see themselves making a difference. I want to make this
practical, so we’ll divide our time into three parts, pausing along the
way to try and digest and apply what we’ve covered.
- Christianity is a revelatory faith – we live or die with our God-experience.
- How to position students to get a revelation of need
- How to position students to get a revelation of risk
- How to position students to get a revelation of brokenness
- How to position students to get need a revelation of grace
- Strategies and ideas for activating students
I don’t much like conferences or speaking. But I believe in this material and they’re a good place to meet people – usually the connections end up producing fruit of some sort. If you’re the praying sort, please lift Karen and me up.
Praying right now.
Uh huh…those teenage world-changers are going to make The Sound of Hope a force to be reckoned with – a movement! (ha, shameless plug, but I BELIEVE IT WITH ALL MY HEART!!!) They’re also going to continue the Nsoko Project, rescue women from the sex-trade, and give their money and their lives away every day…
We just have to teach them, disciple them, believe in them, empower them!
Thrilled for you- speaking life into the next generation – it’s the best investment you can make 🙂 You two have fun!
Have fun. I really, really miss going to those conferences…so much fun. We’ll be praying for you as you speak.
I went last year to the one in Atlanta. What a great time. Wish I was going again. Have a great trip!
I like the revelation theme. I think it’ll go over well. Lord, I pray for peace and safety over Karen and Seth as they travel and hang out together during this trip. Protect them from the Enemy and give Seth a fruitful harvest. In Jesus’ name, amen.
praying for you pops!
Sounds great Seth! Thanks for sharing this message with all the youth pastors out there. It’s important for them to impart this to the students!
I’ve gone to those conventions for the last 6 years! so fun! i have friends there, i hope they got to catch your seminar!
Reaching the next generation is a passion of mine too. What makes radical followers of Islam radical? They’re raised to be radical followers of Islam. We need to raise our children to radical followers of Christ. If we do, they will change the world with Truth. God’s blessings on you and your ministry bro!