May 28-30, 2015
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Come Join Us!
Join us for three amazing days of inspiration, information, ideas, and networking to help you reach and disciple kids for Christ.
What will we do?
EQUIP ourselves for today’s kids Receive world-class training, perspective, resources, information to help you grow as a leader and innovate to reach more children
EXCHANGE ideas & information Meet children’s leaders from around the world and share new ideas, strategies, models, challenges for reaching today’s kids
ENVISION ourselves for the task Be inspired by speakers, share ideas, and challenge ourselves to think about what’s new, what’s needed, what’s next to reach 2.2 billion kids
Speakers from 2014
Dave has helped pioneer children’s ministry training throughout Europe and around the world. He specializes in advocacy with church leaders and biblical insight, with a particular emphasis on Jesus' attitude to children.
Larry has been a children’s pastor for almost 35 years. Over the past 10 years, he has served on dozens of children’s ministry and training teams in over 15 different countries, specializing in missions, puppetry, and creative teaching methods. His heart is to encourage and train children’s leaders around the world.
Junko is a bilingual singer-song-writer, worship leader, recording artist, and children’s musician based in Southern California. She is an Artist Associate with World Vision, and her songs are sung today in churches and Sunday schools around the world! She will be leading us in worship at the conference.
Nkosinathi is a pastor of Khanya Community Ministry and has worked in student ministry for the past 9 years. He is the Director of Kuyasa Horizon Empowerment, a center which aims to transform the community by empowering children and youth to be all God intended them to be in every area of life. He also serves as the Executive Director of Hope Through Sport.
John co-leads Community, Youth, Children and Sports (CYCAS) – a strategic program of the International Sports Coalition. He further serves as Global Facilitator for Ubabalo, a strategy that equips sports coaches to be fathers on the sports field. His core desire is to catalyze intentional and reproductive disciple-making that will result in enduring fruit.
Who Should Attend?
This is a leadership* conference for anyone interested in growing their global perspective, skills, and network to more effectively reach and disciple children in the nations and communities for Christ:
- Ministry Leaders - mission, outreach, and compassion ministries
- Church and denomination leaders
- Global/regional trainers of children's leaders
- Emerging ministry leaders preparing for full-time pastoral, mission, NGO ministry
* all attendees must receive an official invitation/approval to attend
What will it cost?
Cost is $250 per person
(covers 3-day conference registration and 3 nights' lodging)