THe PoWer of YoUnG PeoPLe: A ModeL for
YoUTH Led ProGrAM eVALUATion
This workshop will be led by young people who are trained in
program evaluation. They will share their model and experiences.
Joyce Lowery (World Vision: Design Monitoring and Evalua-
tions Specialist, U.S. Programs)
PArTnerS in TrAnSforMATion: A ModeL
for SerViCe LeArninG
Participants will hear about a service learning model that
highlights youth advocacy and civic engagement. (Led by a
group of young people.)
Leonetta eliaho (World Vision: Youth Development Specialis,
THe PoWer of STorY: A TooL for YoUTH
Participants will be given a framework to understand how to
use the elements of story to help empower young people see
their own lives as more connected to God than they may think.
Paul Patu (World Vision: Program Director, Seattle Educa-
tion & Youth Development, U.S. Programs)
GeoGrAPHY of GrACe: A WAY of SeeinG
WHere God SHoWS UP
An approach to incarnational youth ministry which helps
participants locate the Good News in Hard Places.
Lina Thompson (World Vision: National Training Director,
Field Operations, U.S. Programs)
MAKinG THe TUTorinG/ SCHooL
Learn how to make important connections with your local
schools that will help your tutoring program succeed.
TBA (The Salvation Army: Northwest Division)
YoUTH And CULTUre for THe eMerGinG
The John Perkins Center at SPU presents an extended
(three session) leadership workshop on youth and culture
for the emerging youth worker.
Tali Hairston (SPU: Director, The John Perkins Center for Rec-
onciliation, Leadership Training and Community Development)
deVeLoPinG STUdenT LeAderS
A look at how to create programs that effectively teach
youth to apply biblical truths to their lives and reach their
peers for Christ.
John reid (Seattle Union Gospel Mission: High School Minis-
try Coordinator, Youth Reach Out Center)
enGAGinG THe WHoLe fAMiLY in YoUr
How to include ministry to families in your over