Boys Panel - Jen Fish - Sanctuary - All Day
Couples Panel- Heidi Wilson - Room 403/404 - All Day
Board games - Lauren Ober - Auditorium - All Day - Fun Breakout
Learning To Forgive - Nick Mance - Room 304 - All Day
Art of Worship - Hannah Moynihan & Lindsey Brown - Room 604 - All Day - Fun Breakout
Restoring Dignity - Ellen Engle - Room 10 - All Day - Fun Breakout
Immeasurably More - Brie Carr & Larissa Clark - Room 20 - All Day
Be*YOU*tiful - Katie Williams and Judi Anderson - Room 703 - All Day
The “ABCs” of Depression - Natalie Groff - Room 301 - All Day
-About Depression: What exactly is it?
-Beat the Symptoms: How do I fight depression?
-Calling for Help: How do I get help?
-Supporting Those with Depression: How can I help?
Spa Time With Our Savior - Jen Keifer - Room 701/702 - All Day - Fun Breakout
Gaga Ball - Room 501- All Day - Fun Breakout
Under the Cloud: Worship in the Wilderness - Christine Eifert - Room 302 - Morning
Simplifying the Bible - Elizabeth Woods - Room 705 - Morning
The Power of Our Thoughts -Carla Formanek - Room 108 - Morning
Answering the Hard Questions - John Wilkinson - Room 401 - Morning
Get Ready To Swing Dance! - Peter & LeighAnn Ogilvie - Room 504/505 - Morning - Fun Breakout
Candy Kitchen - Audrey Winters - Room 602/603 - Morning - Fun Breakout
Call to Missions - Hank Dahl - Room 601 - Morning
Dealing with Conflict - Kara Werner - Room 107 - Morning
Warrior - Christi Freimark - Room 303 - Morning
Have you ever felt like you’re in tug of war with fear /anxiety? Do you long for peace, confidence, and courage in the midst of this battle? Christi Freimark will share from the heart how God is teaching her to rely on Him alone for strength in the face of fear, and the unlikely thing she’s discovered is NECESSARY for building faith.
She hopes you will laugh and have fun as you hear wild experiences that God usesd to grow her faith (Costa Rican waterfalls? Wolf spiders?!?), but most importantly, that you will leave with renewed hope and a practical, biblical battle plan to become a brave, godly warrior in your everyday battles with fear
Effects Of Sexual Assult: What Is My Identity When I Don’t Have My Innocence? (recommended for high school girls) -Sarah Kumher - Room 705 - Afternoon
Be Strong and Courageous (recommended for juniors and seniors) -Melanie Hill - Room 401 - Afternoon
No more Drama - Jim Moynihan - Room 504 - Afternoon
Conflict is inevitable. But conflict does NOT need to destroy your relationships! How you resolve conflict is what will either heal the relationship or sadly, damage it further. Come to this simple teaching on how to resolve conflict in a biblical way — and discover the power of “soft hearts” and “careful communication”!
Dynamics in Relationships - Alicia Austin - Room 107 - Afternoon
Healthy Life Habits - Sara E. Patterson - Room 603 - Afternoon
What’s important to me? We live in a crazy world! It’s easy to become obsessed with ME. Grades? Friends? Diet? Exercise? Sleeping enough? Too much screen time? Too little family time? Choices? We’ll discuss 1 Corinthians 10:23-33 “Whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” The question becomes, WHY do I do what I do? What’s important to me?
Redefining Leadership - Jeff Keifer - Room 602 - Afternoon
Loneliness can easily come as an unwated attachment when in leadership. As leaders care for their team members, often no one is left to care for the leader. Unfortunately we tend to make matters worse by trying to do everything ourselves. We may be surprised to learn that even Jesus felt lonely. He ignored the pride many of us can’t get past and asked for support from his friends and his Father in his greatest time of need. Let’s discover some of the people you can turn to when leadership becomes difficult, because some things just can’t be done alone.
Being an Influencer - Rachel Kristiansen - Room 302 - Afternoon
Impacting Our World - Delivering Hope - Marilyn Missler & Cheryl Zimmerman - Room 505 - Afternoon
3rd Breakout Session: Threads of Hope: Sex trafficking is a terrifying reality that too many girls are subjected to. This breakout will touch on trafficking around the world and how so many young girls get roped into it so easily. The organization Threads of Hope works to give women good jobs instead of being forced to make money other ways. You will also have the opportunity to talk about how we can make a difference not only for these women, but for others suffering people in the world.
4th Breakout Session: Arm of Hope: This world can be a challenging place, and our lives are often filled with difficulties, but sometimes perspective is a good thing. Girls in other parts of the world are also facing challenges in their lives – challenges we can barely comprehend. Arm of Hope is a ministry in Ghana, West Africa that enables the children of a slum community to receive education while being discipled to put their faith and trust in Jesus. Come learn how you, as a young girl, can impact girls in Ghana by reaching out and offering the hope of Jesus.
WHO AM I? - Sherrie Ainsley - Room 601 - Afternoon
Every day, in many ways, we are being fed messages about our identity and self worth through social media, peers, family, and self-condemning thoughts. Often times we feel that we are those “labels” that others put on us and have trouble remembering who we truly are in Christ. In this breakout, we will engage in a hands-on activity to help identify the lies we are believing, discover what the Scriptures say about us, and leave equipped with practical ideas for putting these truths into practice in our daily lives.