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Free Webcast with Mark Yaconelli (Rescheduled!)

Kara PowellBrad M. Griffin

Tuesday February 12, 2013

Tune in here at 11:00 am Pacific to watch the live webcast!

Join us as we interview author and speaker Mark Yaconelli about creatively engaging teenagers in prayer and other spiritual disciplines. No need to register, just check back in around 11am and we'll be broadcasting live!

Here's a post Brad wrote about some of Mark's insights on engaging God. 

WATCH LIVE HERE AT 11AM PST. In the mean time, enjoy our latest video in the Sticky Faith Every Day Series, and check out the discussion guide too.

 

 

 

 

Add your own questions in the comment stream below, or live tweet them in to @fullerFYI or @stickyfaith during the webcast!

 

 

 

About Mark

Mark Yaconelli is the author of four books including Contemplative Youth Ministry and Wonder, Fear, and Longing. He serves as the Project Director for the Center for Engaged Compassion. He lives in Southern Oregon with his wife and three children.


Published Feb 07, 2013
Kara Powell

Kara Powell, PhD, is the Executive Director of the Fuller Youth Institute and a faculty member at Fuller Theological Seminary. Named by Christianity Today as one of “50 Women to Watch”, Kara serves as an Advisor to Youth Specialties and also speaks regularly at parenting and leadership conferences.  Kara is the author or co-author of a number of books including The Sticky Faith Guide for Your Family, Sticky Faith Curriculum, Can I Ask That?, Deep Justice Journeys, Essential Leadership, Deep Justice in a Broken World, Deep Ministry in a Shallow World, and the Good Sex Youth Ministry Curriculum.

Brad M. Griffin

Brad M. Griffin is the Associate Director of the Fuller Youth Institute, where he develops research-based training for youth workers and parents. A speaker, blogger, and volunteer youth pastor, Brad is also the coauthor of Sticky Faith ​and Deep Justice Journeys. A native Kentucky youth pastor, Brad now lives in Southern California with his wife Missy and their three children.

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