Electives will be offered at 1:30 PM and again at 2:30 PM on Tuesday, April 17.
Select which two you would like to attend.
CUTTING THROUGH THE FLUFF – GreatRooms
Leader: Jim Cooper
Drawing on his own personal story of redemption, Jim will demonstrate how honest and direct conversations about our personal brokenness can open the door to spiritual transformation for people both inside and outside the church. A retired Army ranger, Jim now works as a senior vice president for Morgan Stanley and serves at Mountain Park as director of both their men’s HOPE ministry and ReEngage marriage ministry.
TRAINING PARENTS TO BE SPIRITUAL LEADERS – Room C26
Leader: Jan van Amerongen
If we want to raise up the next generation of Christ-followers, we must be strategic in calling and equipping parents to be the spiritual leaders God intends them to be. Currently serving as the executive pastor of Mountain Park, Jan spent ten years in family ministry refining an approach to this important task.
CAN YOGA TRULY BE CHRIST-CENTERED? – Room C22
Leader: Elena Porter
Discover how a Christ-centered yoga ministry—one that embodies our call to love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength (Mark 12:30–21)—can have a powerful impact on those inside and outside the church. Speaker Elena Porter, manager of Solution Design Community Behavioral Health, is a certified Holy Yoga instructor and direct of Mountain Park’s Christ-Centered Yoga ministry.
HIRING WELL – Room C23
Leader: Rachael Hanania
Hiring the right person is about more than networking and personalities—and requires a disciplined approach that helps you determine whether a candidate has the experience and abilities necessary to fill a particular role. Speaking from over twenty years of corporate and church experience in human resources, Rachael will share practical tips for identifying the most qualified candidate and setting them up for success.