Tuesday, May 17, 2016
9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
|Featuring||Brad Griffin, Associate Director of Fuller Youth Institute|
|Location||View maps and directions to The Underground|
|Cost||$29 until May 10; $39 thereafter|
|Registration||Register today! Register|
|Sponsors||Bethel Seminary's Work with Purpose initiative, in partnership with Bethel University Church Relations, MacLaurinCSF, and Made to Flourish.|
Come join a conversation with Brad Griffin (Fuller Youth Institute, coauthor of Sticky Faith) on the intersection of faith, doubt, and vocational formation in teenagers and young adults. Backed by a decade of research on what helps young people stick with faith into adulthood, this workshop will explore questions surrounding the role of doubt and failure in faith, the importance of intergenerational community, and how parents and other adults can help teenagers explore their vocational journeys rather than sabotaging them with performance-driven identities.
Registration includes a light breakfast buffet and lunch in the Bethel University Dining Center immediately following the event.
The event program begins at 9:00 am but registration opens at 8:00 am - come early to network with fellow youth workers and pastors.
About Our Guest Speaker
Brad M. Griffin is the Associate Director of the Fuller Youth Institute, where he develops research-based training for youth workers and parents. A speaker, blogger (fulleryouthinstitute.org), and volunteer youth pastor, Brad is the coauthor of the forthcoming Growing Young (fall 2016), several Sticky Faith books (see stickyfaith.org), Right Click: Parenting Your Teenager in a Digital Media World, and the series Can I Ask That?: 8 Hard Questions about God and Faith, and has authored a number of youth ministry book chapters and journal articles. Originally from Kentucky, Brad now lives in Southern California with his wife Missy and their three children and leads the youth ministry at Mountainside Communion. Twitter: @bgriffinfyi
Please contact Erin Rupe at 651.638.6480 or firstname.lastname@example.org.