Parenting Teens Summit: Growing Adults Bundle
Brad Lomenick: Leadership Influence
Leadership today is a somewhat vague and oversaturated idea. Brad Lomenick provides a framework for true biblical leadership, incorporating attributes like humility and ambition. Promoting self-awareness and the three Hs, humble, hungry, and hustle, Lomenick provides ways for parents to assess and build their child’s leadership skills through self-evaluation and hands-on learning.
Brett Kunkle: Affluence and Entertainment
Students will inevitably face intellectual challenges regarding their worldview, especially if they go to college. It is essential to teach kids proper theology early on, forming a Christ-centered worldview. Brett Kunkle gives practical ways for parents and faith leaders to teach students theology in everyday life, and how to have conversations about the beliefs and practices of Christianity so they can own their faith, not just inherit it. Opening a space for conversations about doubt, sin, and loving non-believers, Kunkle highlights a new way for leaders and students to examine culture and Christianity together.