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Student Ministries Professional Development Conference

"When Doubt Derails Your Ministry"
with Kenny Crosswhite

pic-crosswhite.jpgApril 14, 2012

The Geneva College Student Ministry Department invites you to a morning seminar for student ministry leaders, professionals and alumni, hosted at Geneva College in Northwood Hall (Lower Level).

Our Speaker: Kenny Crosswhite is no stranger to Geneva College; he has spoken for chapel and other functions on campus several times over the years. He currently serves as the Director of Perception Ministries and as a NASCAR Chaplain.

Listen to the audio from this event below.

 

When Doubt Derails Your Ministry
9 a.m. - Session 1:
Investigating the paralyzing doubts of ministry.

10:30 a.m. - Session 2:
Dealing with doubts in order to be restored to effective Kingdom ministry.

Bring your student leaders!

10:30 a.m. - Student Session:
A breakout session for high school students addressing questions every student should be prepared to answer.

Resources available from Hearts and Minds Books


 

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