Community Partners: UYLA



Arise 219

Arise, cry aloud in the night at the beginning of the night watches; pour out your heart like water before the presence of the Lord; lift up your hands to him
for the life of your little ones who are faint because of hunger at the head of every street.
– Lamentations 2:19 (NASB)



A collaboration of urban youth workers, hosted by The Salvation Army, The John Perkins Center at SPU, World Vision, Scripture Union, and Union Gospel Mission.

Arise 219Friday, September 5

Time | Program


5–6:30 p.m. | Registration
6:30–7:45 p.m.| Keynote Address, With Dinner
8–9 p.m. | Coffee House


Saturday, September 6
Time | Program


8–8:30 a.m. | Registration/Coffee
8:30–9:45 a.m. | Keynote w/Breakfast
10–11:30 a.m. | Workshops
11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. | Lunch w/Groups
1–2:15 p.m. | Workshops
2:30–3:45 p.m. | Workshops
4–5 p.m. | Wrap-Up

 

Location

 

The Salvation Army
Seattle White Center
Corps Community Center
9050 16th Avenue Southwest
Seattle, Washington 98106

 

Cost

 

$25 per person (meals included)

 

Register

To register for Arise, please print out this registration form (PDF) and bring it with you to this weekend's event. Email UYLA@spu.edu or call Tali Hairston at 206-281-2455 with further questions.

 

Workshops

 

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, Evaluations Specialist, U.S. Programs, World Vision

 

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.)
Lina Thompson, National Training Director, Field Operations, U.S. Programs, World Vision

 

The Power of Story: A Tool for Youth Ministry
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, Program Director, Seattle Education & Youth Development, U.S. Programs, World Vision

 

Geography of Grace: A Way of Seeing Where God Shows Up
An approach to incarnational youth ministry that helps participants locate the "Good News in Hard Places."
Lina Thompson, National Training Director, Field Operations, U.S. Programs, World Vision

 

Youth and Culture for the Emerging Youth Worker
The John Perkins Center at SPU presents an extended (three-session) leadership workshop on youth and culture for the emerging youth worker.

The Staff of the John Perkins Center at SPU

 

Developing Student Leaders
A look at how to create programs that effectively teach
youth to apply biblical truths to their life and reach their
peers for Christ.

John Reid, High School Ministry Coordinator, Youth Reach Out Center, Seattle Union Gospel Mission


Engaging the Whole Family in Your Children’s Ministry
How to include ministry to families in your overall children’s
ministry strategy.
Nicole Anthony, Children’s Ministry Coordinator, Youth Reach Out Center, Seattle Union Gospel Mission

 

Reaching Unchurched Children — A Basic Approach
Participants will learn principles and techniques for reaching
unchurched children for Christ and integrating them
into existing programs without creating chaos.
Sonia Dobson, Northeast Regional Director, Scripture Union


Teaching the Bible Creatively
Using the same methods of Jesus to help kids listen.
T.J. Foltz, Mid-Atlantic Regional Director, Scripture Union


Making the Tutoring/School Connection

Learn how to make important connections with your local
schools that will help your tutoring program succeed.
Jen Arens , The Salvation Army, Northwest Division

Let Justice Roll OnLet Justice Roll On: The Life and Legacy of John M. Perkins

Watch the documentary's trailer and order your copy today.


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