3 Days Until Youthwork Summit 2012

16 May 2012 — 2 Comments

Ok, so here’s a last minute plug for the Youthwork Summit that’s happening on Saturday.

I’ve already posted about this event, but it’s in 3 days and if you’re not already going you should be!

Dates: Saturday 19th May 2012
Venue: Jesus House, Brent Cross, London
Cost: £30 for the day

At £30 for a full day of creativity and inspiration on a variety of topics related to work with young people, can you afford to miss it? Over the course of just one day, you’ll hear more than 20 diverse voices presenting their big ideas about Christian youth work in just 5, 10 or 15 minutes at the most! Here’s just some of the topics going on:

Session 1: Understanding and exploring the culture and context in which young people are living

  • TEENAGE BRAINS – UTTERLY RATIONAL
  • THE LANGUAGE OF HIP HOP
  • A NEW KIND OF TELEVISION
  • THE KINGDOM OF GOD IN 5 FILMS
  • GOING FURTHER WITH ‘THE JOY OF TEEN SEX’
  • THIS IS MY CULTURE
  • STATE OF MIND
Session 2: Debating and challenging models of mission in youth work
  • DON’T BE LIKE JESUS
  • THE ALTAR CALL, BORN AGAIN
  • WHO CARES?
  • ANTHEM FOR DOOMED YOUTH
  • YOU HAVE NOTHING TO SAY
  • SERVING YOUNG PEOPLE THROUGH THE ARAB SPRING
  • BORROWING FROM MOSES’ UNTELEVISED REVOLUTION
  • HOPE IN AUSTERITY
And that’s all before lunch! You can download a full copy of the programme here.

So what are you waiting for? go get yourself a ticket now!

 

Jon

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I am a qualified youth worker, writer and consultant based in Littlehampton, UK. I've worked in the voluntary youth sector for over 12 years, am married to Kirsty and we have two daughters named Hope and Eloise. Check out 'Journeying Together: Growing Youth Work and Youth Workers in Local Communities' and read my opening chapter.

2 responses to 3 Days Until Youthwork Summit 2012

  1. This event sounds like it would have been amazing! Totally up my line of thinking I believe. Very interesting thought provoking topics. Keep up your work and God Bless you in all you do.

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