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Student Ministries Professional Development Conference

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"Unfiltered Ministry" w/ Kenny Crosswhite

pic-crosswhite.jpgApril 5, 2013 - 7 p.m.

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

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Our Speaker

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

Unfiltered Ministry

A seasoned student minister once said, “Sometimes we act like relationships are just a means to an end. However, they are the key to a healthy ministry… programs only exist to build and strengthen relationships with God and with one another… being relational doesn’ t depend so much on what you do, but on who you are. Healthy student ministries have relational leaders who love students and want to get to know them. They have shepherds, not chaperones.”

Come join us as we sharpen our vision on this central dynamic of effective student ministry.

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