The goal of Youth Alive is to help every youth pastor in North Texas make a difference in their public schools by serving the administration and student body. Over the last several years, we have traveled around to different regions to talk one on one with leaders and supply them with resources to serve their schools. It always occurred at the most critical time of year in August; the weeks leading up to Back to School.
With the role of youth pastor always changing, we know that it is often hard to make one more night happen while juggling all the responsibilities. So we’ve broke Roundtables into two pieces:
The first part; Youth Alive has released four resource video to help you serve and reach your schools. Watch the first three the weeks leading up to the start of the semester and the fourth one the week of Back to School. You can catch all four videos by hitting the tabs above.
Secondly; We are taking the social aspect of Roundtables online! Throughout the 2016-2017 semester, we’re going to come together and create a conversation around the Roundtable. And it’s easy; you’ve got YouTube right? We’ll discuss the Roundtable videos, as well as the tried-and-true questions we’ve been looking at in the past years (I saw this work once, you must read this, a belly flop, don’t reinvent the wheel). Mark the dates now in your calendar;
September 22 at 3PM with Special Guests
Chase Hampton, Harvest Time Church in Sherman, TX
Joseph Kellogg, The Oaks Fellowship in Red Oak, TX
November 3 at 3PM with Special Guests
Scott Tomatz, Northside Church in Texarkana, TX
Brendon Johnston, Christ Church in Ft Worth, TX
January 19 at 3PM with Special Guests
Jordan Wright, Heritage Church in Wichita Falls, TX
Luis Salazar, Lighthouse Church in Dallas, TX
April 6 at 3PM with Special Guests
Micheal Tucker, Westwood Fellowship Church in Weatherford, TX
Marcus Vail, Victory Family Church in Burleson, TX
Be sure you are a member of the North Texas Youth Pastors Group and keep an eye on our YouTube page at youtube.com/NTYouthAlive.
Check out the 2015-2016 Roundtable videos by hitting one of the links below.