Guest Speakers: W. David Winner, PH.D. & Dena Winner, BA
Parenting Seminar: Hyper-Connected: Living & Ministering in a Gen Z World
Saturday, January 25, 8:30-11:00am, YFMB Great Room
Over the last 20+ years our world has seen unprecedented changes. Whether it is technological advancements that have produced information overload, or the seismic shift in the nature of morality, children coming of age in today’s world face a more complex rite of passage. Meet Generation Z, or those born after roughly 1995. On January 25, 2020, we are hosting a workshop to address the issues of growing up, parent, and hiring those in this new generation. Topics that will be covered include: living in a digital and post Christian world, the challenges of the gender revolution, loneliness and anxiety, and the prevailing connection to smartphones.
We are wading into waters no sailor has traveled—we invite you to attend this informative and interactive session!
The event will be held in the YFMB Great Room at MBC from 8:30am-11:00am. Breakfast will be provided and childcare is available.
Registration is required. Please register your attendance and any childcare needs.
Consultant, The Center Consulting Group
Dave is an adjunct professor at Los Angeles Pacific University, Liberty Seminary, and Regent University. He is a former pastor with 20 years served in three churches in Pennsylvania. Dave has a B.A. in Youth Ministry, an M.Div., and a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership with a major in Human Resource Development from Regent University. Dave brings experience in organizational culture, leadership coaching, adult learning, and ministry assessment. Dave and his wife Dena have raised three young adult children.
Dena Winner graduated with a degree in Sociology and a minor in Missions from Eastern University. She also studied Marriage and Family at Biblical Seminary and is currently employed as Fund Development Associate at Living Branches, a retirement community, and has over 20 years’ experience working with teenagers and young adults in various church volunteer positions. She has a heart for women in all stages of life. Dena and her husband Dave have raised three children that are now young adults.