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Leadership Lab 2018

Developing future leaders with Leadership Lab

Leadership LabLeadership Lab takes place July 23rd – 28th, 2018.  Mike Willis encourages everyone to attend this transformative experience!

Leadership Lab is designed to assist youth in acquiring skills that will be useful in congregational, synodical and national youth ministry settings and in their local communities and the world.

Each level of Lab is structured to help participants progress in their ability to be responsible youth ministry leaders. It helps them grow their relationships with God, self, and others.

Register for the Lab 2018 now.

Leadership Lab is an intense week of study, worship, and building relationships. The participants spend from 8:30 am – 11:00 pm each day in small and large group gatherings. They work on planning, learning, praying and discovering where they are in their faith journey.

While very spiritually rewarding, the week can be stressful and hard work. As a participant need prepare yourself for this type of an experience.

We will be staying in the dorms of Augustana in Rock Island, IL and the cost is $390 per student which includes boarding, food, and programming.

If you have any questions or would like more information contact Mike Willis, or visit the Leadership Lab website.

Register for the Lab 2018 now.

Love Project 2013 North Carolina

June 22-30, 2013

Join us this summer for theLOVEproject2013 – North Carolina!  We will travel to Topsail Beach, NC working with a group called TEAMeffort for a week of serving low-income people through rebuilding projects.  TEAMeffort is a non-profit, inter-denominational Christian youth mission organization dedicated to providing opportunities for both youth and adult leaders to reach out to others through Christian service and live out a passion for God, in the context of “putting our faith into action.”

Through TEAMeffort’s partnership with WARM (Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry), we will be working on home repair projects. Our mission will be to rebuild homes and restore hope for our low-income individuals and families, many of whom are elderly or disabled. Our work will allow them to live safely and independently in their own home. The work may include building wheelchair ramps, repairing siding and flooring, building or repairing decks and roofs.

We will be staying at the Salt & Light Christian Center which is equipped with dorm-style sleeping facilities and on-site showers, dining area, Chapel, and recreation facilities.  Nearby beaches will be enjoyed for cook-outs, worship and recreation. All meals are provided except two lunches and two dinners during free times.