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INDIVIDUAL Full Rego
INDIVIDUAL Day Rego
$40 per ticket for 5 or more Full Registrations
$20 per ticket for 10 or more Day Registrations
Please contact us via email to apply for your Group Discount code. Please include your contact details, organisation name and how many people you expect in your group.
Wednesday 23rd – Saturday 26th October, 2013
[school term for all States]
There are many options available for you as you choose to book your accommodation. Please note that accommodation is not included in your registration fee and it is your responsibility to book this.
Twin Towns, 2 Wharf St, Tweed Heads
[Queensland/New South Wales border]
Throughout NYMC, all meals and food will be your own responsibility. Fortunately, there are plenty eating options within Twin Towns and a large variety of cafes and supermarkets within walking distance of Twin Towns.
9:00am – 5:00pm : National Gatherings
12noon – 10:00pm : The Hub / Registration Open
8:00pm – 9:30pm : Main Session 1
8:00am – 10:00pm : The Hub / Registration Open
9:00am – 10:15am : Electives 1
11:00am – 12:15pm : Electives 2
12:30pm – 3:30pm : NYMC 2013 Youth Ministry Expo
3:45pm – 5:00pm : Electives 3
5:45pm – 8:15pm : Australians ~ Together NYMC 2013 Convention Dinner
8:30pm – 10:00pm : Main Session 2
8:00am – 10:00pm : The Hub / Registration Open
9:00am – 12:15pm : Professional Development Seminars 1
12:30pm – 1:45pm : Ministry Lunch for Young Adults Ministry
12:30pm – 1:45pm : Ministry Lunch for Regional Youth Ministry
2:00pm – 3:15pm : Electives 4
4:00pm – 5:15pm : Electives 5
8:00pm – 9:30pm : Main Session 3
8:00am – 10:00pm : The Hub / Registration Open
9:00am – 12:15pm : Professional Development Seminars 2
12:30pm – 1:45pm : Ministry Lunch for Chaplaincy Ministry
12:30pm – 1:45pm : Ministry Lunch for Small Youth Groups Ministry
2:00pm – 3:15pm : Electives 6
4:00pm – 5:15pm : Electives 7
8:00pm – 9:30pm : Main Session 4
USA | www.lead222.com
Bo is president of LEAD222 and is recognised as a national leader and influencer of youth ministry around the world. He served for 20 years as Executive Director of Student Ministries at Willow Creek Community Church and the Willow Creek Association USA.
CAN | www.armybarmy.com
Danielle is an internationally renowned speaker, justice advocate, author and Salvation Army Officer. She leads the Canadian arm of Stop The Traffik and is currently living out a life of ministry in a marginalized community in Canada.
UAE | www.philcann.com
Phil is passionate about young people, the lost and life in general. He has spoken to gatherings all over the world, specialising in talking with youth and leaders, challenging them to get real and walk out their faith practically. He has had extensive ministries in the UK, and Canada, and is now ministering in the Middle East.
UK | www.message.org.uk
Andy Hawthorne OBE is a British evangelist, author, renowned speaker, and leader of the Christian mission organization ‘The Message Trust’, which now impacts over 100,000 young people each year.
NSW | www.hawkinsministry.com
A world-renowned speaker and author, Tim is a 25 year youth ministry veteran.
As CRCA youth director, Jonathan zig zags the nation, training, speaking, mentoring and developing youth ministries.
Jon is the Australian & Pacific Region Director of Urban Neighbours of Hope (UNOH), an incarnational order serving the poor in Australia and overseas.
Youth Pastor at Springwood Church of Christ, and founder of GENTS camp, attracting 500 young men annually.
Melinda Tankard Reist
Author, speaker, media commentator, blogger and advocate for women and girls.
Lecturer for Youth Studies at Tabor College Victoria (member of the EAST Alliance), Rowan is committed to spiritual formation of young people.
Writer, performance poet, sessional youth studies lecturer and founder of ‘The Centre for Poetics and Justice’.
Co-ordinator of Supervised Theological Field Education at Stirling Theological College (member of EAST Alliance), Penny has a wealth of experience in training emerging youth leaders.
Currently serving with Youth Ministries Australia, Trav has been a youth pastor, a senior pastor, and then a youth pastor again.
With 16 years as a youth pastor and school chaplain, Matt has a wealth of experience when it comes to leading disciple-making ministries.
Kylie is an author, speaker, ministry coach, wife and mother. She served as youth pastor at New Peninsula Church for over ten years, and is currently working alongside emerging leaders with the Baptist Union of Victoria and Novo Coaching.
Linda is a passionate communicator, writer, speaker, youth pastor and chaplain, who currently serves as Dean of Studies at Access Ministries Training Institute.
Youth Minister at St Faith’s Anglican Church in Narrabeen, Sydney, Dave’s passion is preaching Jesus to the next generation.
VIC | www.danlian.org
Passionate about Jesus Christ, Dan is a pastor, internationally acclaimed speaker, evangelist and gospel ninja.
Working for Bible Society Australia in youth ministry, Adrian develops resources for Bible engagement, speaks at youth events, schools and camps.
Senior Youth Pastor of Churches of Christ in Queensland. Martin is committed to inspiring, supporting & resourcing those engaged in youth ministry.
Evangelist and gifted preacher, Ben is Youth Pastor at Planetshakers City Church in Melbourne.
As the Australian Youth Alpha National Coordinator, Jono is energized by equipping the next generation to share their faith with their peers.
www.bym.org.nz | NZ
NZ Baptist Youth Ministry National Manager and former pro golfer, Gary is passionate about developing and training young leaders.
jisaswantaim.org.au | QLD
Billy is an amazing communicator, pastor at Bridgman Baptist and heads up the Indigenous ministry at Dhiiyaan church and Jisas Wantaim.
Director & founder of In2Life Inc, Darryn is committed to reducing the instances of youth self harm, drug use, offending & suicide in Australia.
Jonathan is a popular speaker and youth ministry trainer working with the Anglican Diocese in Brisbane.
Serving youth with the Billy Graham Association Australia, and as Youth & School Relations Manager for Australia & NZ with Samaritan’s Purse.
Director of Youth and Children’s Ministries for BGEA International, a gifted speaker who is passionate about the local church and youth ministries.
Stu is a passionate communicator, with an extensive career in marketing with Apple and now with Christian Vision, whose mission is to help Christians share their faith online through their website yesHEis.com.
An Integrated Life: Nurturing Faith in Teens and Emerging Adults
Youth Ministry Strategy
Real World Discipleship: Bridging the gap between church culture and a world in poverty
Young people and the kingdom of God: Nurturing obedient rebels
From Dreams to Reality
The Be With Factor: How to build a youth ministry through mentoring
Spiritual transformation is most effective during intentional ‘Be With’ times, while mentoring students. In this training session, you will learn:
* Practical and proven skills to effectively mentor grade 8-12 students to become committed life-time Christ followers
* How to live and model a lifestyle of mentoring
* How to overcome obstacles that prevent volunteers and youth from mentoring
* How to choose students that are ready to be mentored
* How to ensure real spiritual transformation
Tweens: engaging, equipping, and resourcing young people through pre-adolescence
Mobilising Young people towards Justice
Dealing with Depression, Grief and Suicide
Schools Ministry: Being there, bringing light, imparting life
Evangelism - Myths, Guilt and getting out from under the Pressure
Redeeming Social Media
The missing ingredient in leadership – Part 1
Using your story to share Jesus story
Surviving youth ministry long term
Experiential learning for youth
Working with parents to disciple young people
Parents are and always will be the ‘primary discipler’ in a young persons life. This truth has incredible implications for youth ministers and leaders. In this elective Mike will unpack current research that supports the need for youth ministries to empower parents and create a healthy family integrated youth ministry.
Navigating and Avoiding the Burnout Trap: Self Evaluation and Self Care in Youth Ministry
Ministering with indigenous youth
The Gospel in current culture - Missional communication
Uninvited - Dirty - Ignored
Ministering to at-risk youth
Preaching & effective communication
An impossible dream? Practical ways of engaging your young people with the Bible
Mentoring & Equipping women for leadership
Story telling and the power of the Gospel
The missing ingredient in Leadership – Part 2
Running Life Changing Camps
Mentoring, Mission and Reducing Self Harm
Four questions that can change our world
The Complete Gospel - Helping young people to discover that becoming a follower of Jesus doesn’t end after salvation
How to escape the Success Myth and live out the Gospel
The Sexual World of the 21st Century Adolescent: How Pornography Harms Young People – Part A
Creating the search
Growing a Fully Devoted Heart
Student Led Ministry
To lead effective youth ministry, you need students who lead and model to their peers what a Christ follower is all about. In this elective, we will discuss:
* How to develop a culture of youth leadership in your ministry that other students will want to follow
* How to choose specific students to lead without others feeling left out of neglected
* How to see real spiritual transformation, not just behavior modification in students lives
The Sexual World of the 21st Century Adolescent: How Pornography Harms Young People – Part B
Finding God in popular culture
Staying Strong and Leading Effectively
Dare to be a Daniel
Trans-local youth ministry leadership and movement building
The Sexual Self - Youth Ministry that teaches more than 'Just don't do it'
Student Led Ministry (repeat)
Sow and keep on sowing
Panel Chat with Q&A
Wherever - Whenever - Whoever
How to avoid losing your faith - because statistically over 20% of you will.
Ministry to girls
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