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Fuel 2021: I am with you ALWAYS

In the midst of this difficult season, people are longing for real connection. Are you looking for a flexible way to connect, care for, and train your Next Gen leaders? Join hundreds of Next Gen leaders over the weekend of February 19-20 for Fuel 2021

Fuel 2021 will be a FREE downloadable event that you can use to equip and inspire your volunteersNo matter what restrictions are in place, this “Fuel-in-a-Box” resource kit will give you everything you need to host a 3hour leader gathering or go digital with solid encouraging content you and your leaders can access from anywhere!

What will be available to you for Fuel 2021?

  • A Fuel 2021 Promo Kit Resource: Branding kit, graphics, social media posts, etc. 
  • Flexible schedule options so you can have a 3-hour gathering or use the content completely digitally on your own
  • 3 main session teachings
  • 16 breakouts that you choose from for your ministry context
  • Day-of programming slides that you can edit/customize 
  • Digital downloads and free access to YouTube playlist of video content 

Fuel Breakout Topics & Speakers

What Does Winning Look Like Now? Liz Hoyt, Moncton Wesleyan, Moncton, NB, Canada

How to Serve When You Are Tired, Josh Dollendorf, Life Stream Church, Allendale, MI

The Power to Send, Pauline Ebert, Fusion Community Church, Cobleskill, NY

When Leaders Worship, Joshua Sims, Sent Church, Plano, TX 

Jesus Isn’t Worried About Your Kids, Dr. Curt Thompson, curtthompsonmd.com, cafo.org

Yes I Will-Obedience in Hardships, Sam Savat, Good News Community Church, Festus, MO

Elements of Emotionally Healthy Discipleship, Kim Gladden, Director of Discipleship for The Wesleyan Church 

Overcoming Struggles Through the Bible and the Brain, Ben Bennett, ResolutionMovement.org

Equipping Parents to Lead in a Digital World, Angie Young, Cypress Church, Galloway, OH

Next Gen On Mission: Creating More Opportunity for Short-term Missions, Michalla Veach, Mobilization for Global Partners

Pursuing Safe Space: An Invitation to Live Patiently in the “Not Yet”, Micah Abalos, Psychotherapist, National Youth Director for The Wesleyan Church of the Philippines 

How to Dream BIG, Nathan SaucedoCentro Familiar Cristiano, San Diego, CA 

The Power of Partnering in Your Community, Jessica Folz, Lakeview Wesleyan Church, Marion, IN

Leading Well While Waiting, Christen Carlson, Admin. Assistant for Next Gen at The Wesleyan Church

Championing Creativity David Whyte, National Youth Director for The Wesleyan Church of the UK 

The Power of Planning, Stevie Henry, National Youth Director for The Wesleyan Church of the Caribbean

Fuel 2021 Optional Schedule

3hrs 15min 

8:30am: Doors Open 

9:05am: Welcome 

9:10am: Session 1: Grieving is Not Giving Up

9:35am: Discussion time/Prayer Time 

10:00am: Break  

10:10am: Breakout 1

10:20am: Discussion 

10:35am: Session 2: Fighting for Perspective: Power of the Testimony  

10:55am: Group Discussion: Where have you seen God’s goodness?  

11:10am: Break  

11:20am: Breakout 2

11:30am: Discussion 

11:45am: Session 3: Dreaming with Expectation ALWAYS

12:05pm: Group Discussion: What are your ALWAYS dreams for the students/kids? 

12:30pm: Prayer Time 

12:45pm: Close