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Next Gen / Guest Services Training Event

Next Gen / Guest Services Training Event

Sunday, August 20, 2017, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Location: One Life Evansville West, 1301 W Lloyd Expressway, Evansville, IN US 47710

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It’s that time of year again where we want to celebrate, encourage, and equip all of you who invest in the Next Generation at One Life. We are really excited to have our Guest Services teams join us this year as well!

Sunday, August 20, from 4-7pm we will gather all leaders in KIDS Ministry, Student Ministry, and Guest Services at One Life West.

Dinner and childcare will be provided.  Let us know if you are able to attend and need child care.



Here is some info on one of our keynote speakers for the night.  When we asked our student leaders what were some things they wanted more training on to better love our middle school and high school students, the response was wanting more training on LGBT topics and how we as a church can lovingly and wisely know how to respond to LGBT students.

Ty has been leading Walls Down, a ministry that equips the church to reach out in their daily lives to the LGBT people they already have relationships with.

More about Ty

Ty received his bachelor's degree in psychology and Christian counseling from Liberty University and his master's degree in mental health counseling from Indiana Wesleyan University.  Ty was formerly a student and staff member on a masters commission team in Evansville, IN for 5 years, and an overseer and counseling pastor in Carmel, IN for 6 years. Ty is currently a pastoral counselor at East 91st. Street Counseling Ministry in Indianapolis.    

Ty’s ministry specializes in helping churches become more comfortable and competent in talking about sexuality and gender identity concerns. As next-gen leaders and parents, there is nothing more important than being able to give a student a safe place to have conversations, and we know this conversation is one we usually aren’t as competent in. So let’s get better!