Youth Ministry Lab • April 6-7 2018

Breakout Sessions

Ministers' Wives

Wonderful insights on living life as the wife of a student minister!

8:15 PM – Greg Stier - "Gospelize Your Youth Ministry"
9:25 pm – Brett Kunkle - "Preparing Students to Live in a Hostile Culture"

11:00 am – Terri Wilkinson - "From Fishbowl to Fishbowl: Thriving Not Just Surviving"
1:15 pm – Terri Wilkinson - "Cultivating vs. Balancing Family, Work, and Ministry"
2:30pm – Justin Buchanan - "Dream Session"

Breakout Speakers

Terri Wilkinson has been married to Mike for 34 years and is the mother of three (two by birth and one by marriage).  Raised in a preacher’s home, she also married a minister and served alongside him for 22 years in three churches.  She continues to enjoy ministering with her husband who is the Dean of Scarborough College at SWBTS.  A graduate of Baylor University, majoring in Education, she enjoyed teaching public school as well as homeschooling her children for 18 years.  Most importantly, Terri is a daughter of the King who obediently shares about what God is doing in her life over a cup of hot tea with a friend or to a room full of women.  She prays God continues to use her for many years to come as she loves, encourages, and ministers to others.

Greg Stier is founder and CEO of Dare 2 Share Ministries in Arvada, Colorado. He speaks to and equips student pastors and teenagers all across the country to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. He has written a number of books, including his latest work, Gospelize Your Youth Ministry. Before beginning Dare 2 Share Ministries, Greg was the senior pastor of a church in Arvada, Colorado.

Brett Kunkle is the founder and President of Maven, which exists to help students know the truth and find transformation in the renewal of their minds, as well as to equip those who teach and train young people. He has served as a pastor to students and young adults, formerly served as the Student Impact Director at Stand to Reason, and recently co-authored a book entitled A Practical Guide to Culture.