Team Day

 

Saturday, April 8, 2017, 9 am – 3:45 pm

Parkersburg Broadway Church of the Nazarene
901 Broadway Ave.
Parkersburg, WV

Cost: $25 at the door
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Main Speaker
Brian Hull

Brian Hull has been involved in youth ministry for over twenty years and is currentlyCurrently the Associate Professor of Youth Ministry at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. He is married to his wife, Carol, and they have four awesome children. In his “free” time enjoys telling stories, making friends, throwing parties, and giving gifts. His youth ministry experience includes work at the local church and denominational levels. He is both a former member of the Lone Ranger fan club and a PhD. Brian is passionate about connecting people to each other and to the best kind of life found in Jesus.

Schedule

9:00 a.m. Check-In
9:15 a.m. General Session (Brian Hull) Professor at Asbury
10:30-11:25. Workshops
11:35-12:30 Lunch BREAK Discussion
12:45-1:35 Roundtable Discussion for Adults with Brian Hull
                      MVNU Presentation for Students
 1:45-2:40 Workshops
2:50-3:45 Workshops
 
 
General Session with Brian Hull
Reclaiming the Strength of Youth Ministry: Helping Youth Know and Love the Church”
 
Brian Hull has been involved in youth ministry for over twenty years and is currently the Associate Professor of Youth Ministry at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. He is married to his wife, Carol, and they have four awesome children. In his “free” time enjoys telling stories, making friends, throwing parties, and giving gifts. His youth ministry experience includes work at the local church and denominational levels. He is both a former member of the Lone Ranger fan club and a PhD. Brian is passionate about connecting people to each other and to the best kind of life found in Jesus.
 
 
Workshops:
10:30-11:25
Presenter:  George Boyles (Adults)
 
Title:  Youth Games:
In this session we will examine both the “how to” and the “why,” of Youth Games.  The “How To” will examine important features that makes the difference between a GREAT game and a LAME game.  The “Why” will examine why games make a difference and how to maximize their effect.  As an added bonus, I will give you a list of 50 of my favorite youth games and a number of internet sites that make great resources.
 
Presenter: Mark Ice (Adult)
 
Title:  Public School 101
Making inroads for ministry in your school.
 
 
Presenter: Shane Hostutler (Student)
Title: #facebookandJesus
We are called to be “in the world but not of it”. So what does that look like online and in social media? What would Jesus do on FB, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat?
 
 
Lunch Break 11:35-12:30 Conversations about Opening Session
 
12:45-1:35 (Adult) Roundtable Brian Hull will take your questions about Ministry during this Q &A 
 
(Students)  Workshop: I’ve heard of MVNU but why should I go there?
                                           Presenter: MVNU BAND
                                            Summary: Founded in 1968, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, in Mount Vernon, Ohio is a co-educational liberal arts university Students talking in front of Lake Holm building with a solid evangelical Christian foundation and mission. Although there’s a preponderance of Nazarenes in the student body at MVNU, over 40 other Christian    denominations are represented on the campus.  Find out what we could offer you and why you should come!
 
 
1:45-2:40 WORKSHOPS
 
Presenter: Hillary Gore (Mission West Virginia)  (Adult)
Title: Sex and Sexuality is not a Hidden word anymore
Sex:  Our students worldview on sexual relationships and how we can allow God to be in that conversation.
 
Presenter: Bennett Briles  (Student)
Title:  A Disciple in a Dormitory
A workshop for students preparing to go to college.  Strategies are presented on how to maintain a spiritual foundation and thrive in challenging years of stress, change, and discovery.
 
Presenter:  Dan Meeks (Adult)
Title: Play Your Part: Teaching Students to Live Out God’s Story.
This seminar focuses on using the narrative structure of the Bible as a pattern for teaching students for life change. Narrative teaching invites students to participate in God’s story as a way of life.
 
 
 
 
 
2:50-3:45 P.M. WORKSHOPS
 
Presenter: Hillary Gore (Mission West Virginia)  (Students)
Title: Let’s talk about sex and not get awkward about it
 How to stand up and surge for God’s view of sex in your school.
 
Presenter:  George Boyles (Adults)
Title:  Nuts and Bolts:
  Recruiting, Training and Firing Volunteers
In this session, we will discuss the “How To” of volunteers.  We will examine the who and how of recruiting, the what and when of training and the effects and blessings of firing volunteers. 
 
Presenter:  Chris Riggs  (Adult)
Title: A Youth Workers Toolbox.
Ever wonder where to get curriculum ideas, or calendar and event planning tools, or maybe where to find the best training ideas or looking for that elusive form?  We will spend our time unpacking our youth ministry tool boxes and see what has worked, what hasn’t in helping our ministry to teens.