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ELCA Youth Ministry Network Extravaganza

February 8-12, 2012
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Todd Buegler

on 11 December 2011

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Transcript of ELCA Youth Ministry Network Extravaganza

Extravaganza 2012 go new orleans intensive care courses february 8-12, 2012 it's time for the church to stop being timid renew educate connect Speakers Nadia Bolz Weber Alexia Salvatierra Reggie Blount David Lose Bishop Mark Hanson Music Tay Wilson Celia Whitler Three of Us Intensive Care Courses: Feb 8-9 Main Event: February 9-12 Every Church a Child-Loving Church
Vibrant Families, Vibrant Faith: A Vision & Practice for Youth & Family Ministry
Having a Fantastic Youth Gathering
Multicultural Ministries
Leadership Issues in Ministry
A Refreshing Time of Prayer & Reflection Over 40
Workshop
Titles www.elcaymnet.org/extravaganza It is refreshing, refueling, and reflective. It is also sanctuary and sabbath, a safe place to step out of the maelstrom of ministry and into a place apart. Come to learn, to be affirmed, to build new relationships, to deepen old relationships.
- Marilyn Sharpe I am challenged to think deeper, to live more faithfully, and to act more boldly in my ministry. I am renewed in my ministry and my faith, connected to a body that reminds me that youth ministry is bigger than me and my ideas, and educated to go back into my ministry with new eyes and passion. - Catherine Anderson
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