2017 Breakout Seminar Audio
2017 Breakout Seminar Audio
Mac McCarthy - Hug Your Catcus
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Mac McCarthy
All of us have parts of our lives we wish were different. But embracing our prickly parts--our faults & failures, weaknesses & regrets--is absolutely essential to our spiritual growth. In this seminar Mac talks about how having a child with special needs not only exposed his weaknesses, but paved the way for necessary spiritual growth.
Tyler Loomis - Toward Oneness Marital Intimacy or Isolation
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Tyler Loomis
Sex is a result of intimacy. Sex provides intimacy. But sex within marriage is also a metaphor for intimacy - a reflection of the unity that exists within God himself: The Father, Son and Spirit. Emotional, sexual, and spiritual intimacy are the gifts and the intention of a Godly marriage, but how do we get there? In this seminar, we will look at the pitfalls of passivity, dominance and resentment that hinder the path toward biblical unity as God intended it and the call of husbands in the face of those pitfalls.
Chris Koshy - Young Mens Track Discovering Your Purpose
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Chris Koshy
Discovering your purpose is one of the most important things a human does on this earth. When your purpose is aligned with God, you and those around begin to see Kingdom impact. Take a risk. Those around and those you lead, need your purpose to be greater than yourself. We all need our purpose to be God’s purpose.
Ralph Mierow - Parenting Adult Children
Brookfield Campus • February 4, 2017 • Ralph Mierow
Many parents breathe a sigh of relief once they get through the challenging teenage years with their children. Though the day-to-day parenting responsibilities diminish greatly, maintaining a positive relationship with adult children provides new challenges. Are you a friend? An advisor? A distant memory? Learn strategies for nurturing and growing these relationships in a healthy way.
Jake Fry - Parenting in a Digital Age
Brookfield Campus • February 4, 2017 • Jake Fry
Families face many challenges in today’s world. Our kids are watching repurposed television shows with uncensored advertisements, while playing endless computer games and surfing the web on every topic imaginable. If it is not hours on Facebook, it is the temptation to give your toddler your ‘smart’ phone for a few minutes of quite! There is no getting around it, our world is different and with it comes a whole new set of challenges, including how to parent in the digital age. This seminar will provide some practical tools for navigating the “new normal” as a family.
Rusty Lyon - Winning People to Faith - Jesus' Way
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Rusty Lyon
Many men know about the call to share their faith and the good news of the Gospel with others. Got that! But maybe we just don’t know what to do or even how to get started. In this practical seminar, we’ll discover from the life of Jesus Christ just what HE did! (What a novel idea!) Having posed this simple question, “How did Jesus do it?” -- we’ll uncover some practical and profound ways that we can start engaging people and winning them over to faith in Christ. Doing it His way!
Jake Andrus - Young Man's Track: Wanted Leaders
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Jake Andrus
Our world is in desperate need of young men to be Biblical leaders! We will discuss why it’s so crucial for Christian guys to step up and lead. We will also talk about the differences between a “worldly leader” and a “godly leader” and see how we are ALL created to lead!
Jake Manne - The Art & Practice of Marital Conflict
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Jake Manne
Conflict is normal and inevitable in all relationships. Marriages are definitely not immune. In this seminar, we will explore the patterns and habits that will help us deal with conflict in our marriages in healthy, God-honoring ways.
Steve Mayer - A Profile of the Financially Healthy Man
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Steve Mayer
Most of us spend a ton of time thinking all sorts of things about money. In this seminar we’ll take a close look at what’s most commonly on our minds and attempt to define true financial health.
Terry Fulks - Witnessing - yes go do it.
Lake Country Campus • February 4, 2017 • Terry Fulks
In our pluralistic society, it’s becoming increasingly hard to share our faith with a loved one, friend, neighbor or coworker. How do we overcome the stance of “This Jesus thing works for you, but it’s not for me!” How do we stop people from shutting down the exclusive claims of Christ? Let’s experience how to share your faith in a highly relational culture while still expressing God’s truth to multiple generations. Come ready to be equipped to speak into generational mindsets with God’s truth.