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Youth leaders know the importance of finding engaging and fun activities that provide meaningful instruction for their teens. Participants in this workshop will be introduced to games and activities that are engaging, fun and support their ministry message.
On Wednesday, August 1, uLEAD opens its game and activity closet to youth workers and student leaders for a full two hours of high-energy, soul-searching entertainment and information, showcasing its best experiential methods for building authentic relationships and growing in faith. uLEAD is a nonprofit training organization offering experiences for leadership, growth and change.
This luncheon workshop is facilitated by Ritch Hochstetler, president of uLEAD, and Betsy Houser, program director at uLEAD. This program is ideal for both adults and youth.
Youth Activities that Teach and Reach is 11 a.m.-1 p.m. (Central time) Wednesday, August 1, 2012 in Evansville. The cost is $10 a person. This fee includes lunch, conversation and participants’ choice of the book 99 Thoughts for Youth Workers by Joshua Griffin or 99 Thoughts for Smaller Church Youth Workers by Stephanie Caro.