Oct 20, 2005

NYWC: retrospective - seminar series #2

The continuing retrospective of adventures involving Tanner (a.k.a. Scott), Scrammy (a.k.a. Brian), God (a.k.a. I AM), and me (a.k.a. I AM not) during our NYWC weekend.

Seminar Series #2:

Well... Scott got up early but Brian and I overslept (perhaps due to the shock of meeting David Crowder the night before). So while I have no notes... I highly recommend ordering a CD. This looked like one of the best line-up of seminars by far.

  • Discipling College-Age Volunteers Chuck Bomar
  • The Private Life of the American Teenager Jim Burns
  • Positive Discipline: Working with Rude, Obnoxious, and Apathetic Kids Les Christie
  • Communicating with Gandalf: Creating Talks and Teaching Experiences Using Pop Culture Mark Helsel
  • Yikes! I'm Over Forty and Still in Youth Ministry David Olshine
  • Understanding and Ministering to Kids Who Cut Marv Penner
  • Risky Business: Understanding Risk Management Principles Fred Whaples
  • Small Group Strategies: Ideas for Leading and Nurturing Your Group Laurie Polich
  • Balancing Your Life as a Woman in Youth Ministry Kara Powell
  • Reading the Bible for All It's Worth: Biblical Interpretation for a Busy Youth Worker Duffy Robbins
  • Freaks, Geeks, and Squirrels: Understanding 11-14 Year Olds Scott Rubin
  • Knowing God's Will Lori Salierno
  • Normalizing Youth Missions in the Local Church Doug Tegner
  • Evangelism and Outreach to Postmodern Students Holly Rankin Zaher

2 comments:

Eric Wakeling said...

That's my trouble with YS. I stay up too late and then the best seminars are offered at 8:00am. I mean seriously now. Do they really think I can wake up that early when I'm staying in a room with two college-age interns and I'm away from my two-year-old girl so I can actually sleep in?

Tony Myles said...

You know what would be interesting is to make the main speakers follow the schedule like the youth workers do. That way they're not flying in just for their thing but get worn out and loopy like the rest of us.

Which makes me wonder how in the world Marko can hit a home run for the last session after kilting it up on stage the whole time.