EQUIP 2018

The EQUIP Youth Workers Conference seeks to encourage, train, and inspire Salvation Army youth leaders to helpfully serve their corps, communities, families and God; to disciple effectively within their ministries and through their relationships with others; and to love inclusively within an atmosphere that promotes wholeness, Christian maturity, service to others.
This conference recognizes the hand of God in all that we do and in order to fulfill this mission, The Salvation Army Youth Workers Conference operates within three main concepts: to inspire, to encourage, and to train. EQUIP is about providing support, encouragement, and training to those who work with youth within our camps, corps, community centers, and Kroc Centers and Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs.


Casual attire is acceptable for everyone Monday – Thursday.


Mon | 4.30.18

8:15 am  Boys & Girls Club Pre-Conference Registration
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Boys & Girls Club Pre-Conference
9:00 am – 5:00 pm Archery & Air Rifle Training (Orlando Corps)
9:30 am Pre-Conference Registration
10:00 am Regular Conference Registration
10:30 am – 12:15pm             Pre-Conference – BFI’s Only
Jesus Theater Rehearsal (Invite Only)
12:15 pm Lunch Break (Staff, BGCA, Jesus Theater Attendees, and BFI’s Only)
1:30 pm – 5:00 pm  Pre-Conference – Speakers: Anne Henningfeld & Troy Davidson
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
2:00 pm –5:00 pm SAMS Session
6:00pm –7:00pm  Exhibits Open
7:00pm General Session I
Speaker Dave & Brian
9:00 pm – 9:30 pm Exhibits Open
9:00 pm – 10:00 pm  Welcome Reception

Tue | 5.1.18

8:30 am-9:00 am Exhibits Open
9:00am General Session II
Speaker  Bob Johansen
10:30 am Break and Exhibits Open

11:00 am – 12:15 pm           Workshop I
BGCA Meetings
12:15 pm Lunch Break
730 Lunch
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Intensive Labs
DYL Meeting
BGCA Meetings
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
4:15 pm – 5:30 pm Workshop II
BGCA Meetings
Jesus Theater Rehearsal

Wed | 5.2.18

8:30 am – 9:00 am Exhibits Open
9:00 am General Session III Speaker Dethra Giles
10:30 am Break and Exhibits Open

11:00 am – 12:15 pm           Workshop III
BGCA Meetings
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
12:15 pm Lunch Break
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm  Intensive Labs
BGCA Meetings
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
4:15 pm – 5:30 pm Workshop IV
BGCA Meetings
Jesus Theater Rehearsal

Thu | 5.3.18

9:30am General Session IV Lt. Colonel William G. Mockabee


Who: Salvation Army Youth Leaders
When: April 30th-May 3rd 2018
Where: Wyndham Orlando Resort – Orlando, FL

Please take note that there are actually TWO registration sites for Equip: One for regular conference attendees, and one for the Boys & Girls Club Unit Director’s Academy track.

Click Here For Regular Attendee Conference Registration


The registration fees are as follows:
2/9/18 – 3/16/18 – $130 (Early Bird Special)
3/17/18 – 4/13/18 – $150
*Pre-Conference attendees (including those attending the Archery & Air Rifle Training) will be charged an additional $20

Pre-Conference Information: TBD



Wyndham Orlando Resort
8001 International Drive
Orlando, FL 32819

Click Here To Reserve Your Hotel Room


General Session Speakers

Monday Night

Dave & Brian
 In 2004, Dave and Brian embarked on a musical comedy journey that would forever change the world’s view on Glockenspiels, Santa Claus, and a Chinese waiter named Vincent. Their journey has taken them to various clubs, conferences, colleges, churches, and various other places that start with “C”.  Their musical comedy has been featured on Funny or Die, NPR, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and other outlets.  In 2018, the journey will be coming to an end and fans around the country will say, “They hadn’t retired already?” Dave is currently in Seminary and Brian is promoting an Indie rock kids album under the name “Señor Fancypants.”  Thanks for being a part of our final tour!
Tuesday Morning
Bob Johansen
Bob Johansen is a distinguished fellow with the Institute for the Future in Silicon Valley. For more than 30 years, Bob has helped organizations around the world prepare for and shape the future, including corporations such as P&G, Walmart, McKinsey, United Rentals, and Syngenta, as well as major universities and nonprofits.
The author or co-author of ten books, Bob is a frequent keynote speaker. His best-selling book Get There Early: Sensing the Future to Compete in the Present was selected as one of the top business books of 2007. His latest book is The New Leadership Literacies.
Bob holds a B.S. from the University of Illinois and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University—as well as a master’s degree that focused on world religions.
Wednesday Morning
Dethra Giles
Dethra U. Giles  is an international speaker, executive coach and award-winning author that delivers highly engaging and interactive presentations and workshops that take audiences on a journey of what leadership and personal development mastery can and will do for your business or organization. Having worked with clients from Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Army Corp of Engineers and the Salvation Army, to name a few, Dethra shares insightful stories of successes and failures in the trenches, then invites her audiences to apply these examples to their own situations. Every Dethra experience provides a practical roadmap for you to develop actionable plans for growth you can implement immediately. Whether speaking to a group of C-Suite executives at a national conference or consulting one on one with the owner of a manufacturing company, Dethra strives to move her client’s performance needle from regular to extraordinary. Dethra is a TEDx Talk speaker as well as a top rated speaker for National SHRM (Society of Human Resources Managers). She is an expert at delivering presentations that help build leaders, accountable teams and increase productivity.
Thursday Morning
Lt. Colonel William G. Mockabee
Lt. Colonel William G. Mockabee entered his appointment as Territorial Secretary for Program on August 1, 2015.
Since becoming an officer in 1975, Lt. Colonel Mockabee has led an exemplary career as a servant leader across several of the Army’s southern territorial states including Alabama, Florida, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Texas and West Virginia.
Prior to becoming the Territorial Secretary for Program he served as National Secretary for the World Service Office and 4 years as the Chief Secretary for the Sri Lanka Territory.
During his appointment as Southern Territorial Youth Secretary, Lt. Colonel Mockabee shared his passion for developing leaders by overseeing Boys & Girls Clubs Community Centers in 15 states.  While in this position, he concurrently served as Chairman of the National Youth Commission for the Salvation Army National Headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia.
He and his wife, Lt. Colonel Debra Mockabee, have been honored with the establishment of the $1 million Bill and Debra Mockabee Leadership Fund, in recognition of their extraordinary leadership while Bill served as Area Commander for the Greater Dallas Metroplex in 2011.
Born to Salvation Army officers in Monroe, Louisiana, Lt. Colonel Mockabee has passed the legacy of doing the most good to his three children.  Oldest son, Bill, and his wife Stephanie serve as Salvation Army officers at Divisional Headquarters in Dallas, TX,  with their three children, Payton, William Edward and Christian Louis.  Middle son, Matthew, also served as a Salvation Army officer until he was promoted to Glory during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.  His youngest son, Jeremy, resides in Lawrenceville, GA with his wife Kristina where they serve as Salvation Army officers appointed to the Lawrenceville, GA corps.  Jeremy and Kristina have two daughters, Morgan Skye and Aubrey and a son, Maverick Dane.

Intensives I

Tuesday, May 1 – Intensives I

Joel & Cheryl Rogers
Beyond the Brass: Engaging youth and young adults through the arts in brand new ways
From our experience with launching The Salvation Army’s Inman Coffee, which has played host to over 500 shows since it’s launch in 2011, we share how to reimagine connection points to the arts (musical and visual) through our local corps that go beyond our traditional means to fully engage a new generation of teens and young adults to the broader mission of The Salvation Army.  During this Intensive, we will sample coffee from Inman Coffee and demo some different brewing methods.
Information Coming Soon!
Captains Israel & Claudia Roseno
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TABE Test-Academic Tests
TABE Tests-Academic readiness tests for prospective Candidates wishing to enter Evangeline Booth College.  Preregistration required through Divisional Candidate Secretary.
Jeremy Rowland
I’m Doing All I Can! Overwhelmed as a Corps Leader, but Want to See My Corps Grow
As church leaders we are already overwhelmed trying to maintain successful programs, activities, and requirements, let alone time to grow our church.   So how do I balance Corps activities and new initiatives to obtain an outward focus on the unsaved and unchurched? This intensive will provide modern concepts for church growth and how these ideas fit within The Salvation Army format.
Captain Brandon Mason
Safe From Harm – Level 3 Training (Part 1 of 2)
As fun as youth ministry can be, there are times when we realize that our kids and teens in our programs have been mistreated at home, school, and in their communities and they need a way out. In this intensive, we will discuss the warning signs of child maltreatment, abuse, and neglect. We will also discuss ways to help prevent sexual, emotional, and physical abuse and how to educate our youth groups and peers in ways to respond effectively in order to help with the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual development of the youth in our care. You must attend Parts 1 & 2 for your training to be certified.
DYL Meeting
This is a closed meeting for Divisional Youth Leaders.
Jerrie Miller & Bruce McAlister
Project Wild Training (Part 1 of 4)
As with all good educational materials, Project WILD is concerned with providing information, as well as helping students to evaluate choices and to make responsible decisions.  In short, Project WILD’s mission is to help students learn how to think, not what to think about wildlife and the environment.   Useful in formal or non-formal settings, after-school programs, camps, scouts or character building programs, Project WILD can assist you in teaching any outdoor education subject, to any grade level K-12.   The materials are available to those who attend instructional workshops offered by certified leaders and supported by a network of sponsoring state, national, and international agencies. If you attend this workshop you will be leaving as a certified instructor of Project WILD and have the curriculum in hand to take back to the corps with you. In order to receive your certification you must attend all classes consisting of a total of 6 hours of instruction time.
Crystal Kirgiss
The Magnificent Marvels of Middle School Ministry
If you don’t love middle schoolers, you’re missing out. This stage of life is creative, funny, heartwarming, heartbreaking, awkward, brilliant, confusing, frustrating, and awesome – all at the same time. Middle-schoolers are living in a world of “firsts,” are transitioning from concrete to abstract thinking, and are experiencing newfound spiritual awareness and depth. If we don’t engage with them intentionally and artfully, we are not fulfilling our missional call. In this seminar, we’ll talk about middle school development, middle school culture, middle school reality, and middle school spirituality. It’s going to be awkward and awesome – all at the same time!
Brandon Winstead, PhD
Justice: Wesleyan Style
This intensive workshop will challenge young people to claim the biblical story, along with their Wesleyan and Salvation Army heritages to collectively engage issues of social injustice in their local communities. Specifically, young folks will wrestle with John Wesley’s teaching of the Imago Dei as found in his theology, the Bible, and in various aspects of the Army’s historical theology as a source for finding ways to live out God’s message of hope and justice in the United States.
Ronald Skeete
Intergenerational Impact Through Mentoring
Mentoring is a proven strategy to help young people develop the skills necessary to succeed in life.  From education to employment, young people engaged in programs that utilize a mentoring approach produce better results.  This interactive intensive will share some of the key steps and benefits of using the mentoring approach to help young people take control of their lives and achieve their potential.  Time will also be spent practicing the techniques to engage young people successfully.
Boys & Girls Club Unit Directors Meetings
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This is a closed meeting for Boys and Girls Club Unit Directors and Officers.
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
This is a closed meeting for those obtaining the Jesus Theater training.

Intensives II

Wednesday, May 2 – Intensives II

Cheryl Werner
Pixelation to Perfection:  Creating to Tell a Story
Pantone 185, 300dpi, vector eps…what do these mean and why are they relevant?
Good graphic design is not really about the equipment or software you have, it is about a little bit of knowledge and a lot of creativity!  This intensive will bring together the fundamentals that every good designer needs to know and share valuable tips and resources that can take your flyers or brochures to the next level.
Blake Lanier
Bullying: A Common Word and A Complex Problem
The word bullying is certainly not new but it has, over the past few years, become much more common in conversations about social problems among youth.  The word has been so overly used that youth workers have begun to grow callous to the seriousness of the problem. Although the word bullying might be a common one, the actual problem of bullying is rather complex.  It is important that youth workers have a solid understanding of what bullying behavior is and what it’s not.  Effectively managing bullying behavior requires a very different approach than those used with developmentally appropriate behaviors like fighting, teasing, meanness and name calling.  This workshop defines and explains the complex problem of bullying and helps participants understand effective approaches to addressing the problem.  Participants will learn current intervention approaches at the individual, program and cultural levels.
Marcie Camarillo
Self-Care for the Slightly Frazzled Youth Worker
Self-care is indicated in scripture, “love your neighbor as you love yourself,” in Matthew 22:39. Loving ourselves means taking good care of ourselves for the long haul, in mind, body, and soul. If you are a youth worker who is, “too pooped to party,” then this may be the workshop to help you discover or rediscover self-care practices to get you back on the party floor!
Captain Valentina Cantu & Sheila Livingston
Jr. Soldiers
Meet the Family: People, Terminology and Structure of the new Junior Soldier Curriculum. Drop In, Log In and Experience the new material in a fun and creative way. (Hint 1…origami is part of the class) (Hint 2…bring a jump drive to get a copy of the resources)
Joel & Cheryl Rogers
Building a High-Functioning Ministry Team
(description coming soon)
Hillary DeJarnett, Dotti Groover-Skipper and Savannah Parvu
How Can Your Corps Advocate for the Vulnerable?
There are so many issues that our youth are facing and youth workers are pulled in so many directions. What if we advocated for more? What if the Salvation Army—your corps—was brave enough to stand for issues impacting the most vulnerable youth? In this breakout, Hillary, Dotti and Savannah, a survivor leader, will share principles of how your church can make brave moves to protect the vulnerable in your community and fight human trafficking.
Crystal Kirgiss
The Bible for Life – Fresh and Creative Ways to Engage with Scripture 
Biblical illiteracy is a documented fact. Biblical disinterest is a disheartening reality . Maybe the biggest problem with helping students (and adults, including ourselves) engage with God’s living Word is that we don’t have fresh, creative, practical, and effective strategies. This hands-on seminar will introduce nine creatively effective ways to read, reflect on, and respond to the Bible. Bring your favorite pens, markers, and journal, and prepare to fall in love with words and the Word all over again.
Captain Brandon Mason
Levels 4 Training/Renewal and Discussion – By Invitation Only
In order to help with Safe From Harm Training across the territory, we need qualified trainers who are willing to volunteer their time to help educate others in the areas of Child Protection. Please Note: This is a Closed Session and open only through invitation.
Jerrie Miller & Bruce McAlester
Project Wild (Part 3 of 4)
Continued training for Project Wild. You must have attended Parts 1&2 and will need to finish all 4 parts to become certified.
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
This is a closed meeting for those obtaining the Jesus Theater training.
Location: Palms Salon F&G
Boys & Girls Club Unit Directors Meetings
This is a closed meeting for Boys and Girls Club Unit Directors and Officers.
Location: Biscayne

Workshop I

Tuesday, May 1 – Workshop I

Jeff Wallace
Anticipatory Leadership: What are you doing today that no longer needs to be done?
It’s been said many times before, “If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten!”  The Salvation Army has many great traditions and experiences that have impacted the lives of thousands of families around the world.  However, we must ask the question, “Is our current approach to ministry relevant to the cultural context of today?” If a leader is not willing to change, then the leader is committed to falling behind.  This workshop is designed to challenge the process of how leaders approach ministry, programming, and leadership development.  In this session, we will address three significant questions every anticipatory leader should be asking.
Captain Storm McClure
VBS (Various Basic Solutions)
No money, no space, no leaders… no problem! Ever want to do a great VBS but the resources are few? This workshop will give you tips and tricks that my husband and I have used over the years in our various corps settings to pull off a great VBS with very little in the way of resources. This will be a fun, interactive time so be ready to sing, dance, craft and get excited about what VBS could be in your corps!
Jesse Hinson
Handy Building Basics: From Stage Design to Program Crafts
Ever wanted to take your stage to the next level?  Are you itching to DIY your way through some youth programs?  Come join Jesse as we explore basics of stage design/construction and how you might convert that to your Corps for VBS or other activities.  This will include a Q&A session where I will help with individual staging requests.  Not a stage builder but still interested in DIY for your Youth Ministry?  The second half of this workshop will focus on crafts you can do for cheap that do not take a ton of technical skill that you can do with your youth group kids.
Captains Jay & Jamie Spalding
Don’t Save the Drama for Your Mama – Practical Ways to Use Drama and Theater Techniques to Enhance Your Corps Ministry
What do you think of when you hear the words “church drama?”  Kids dressed in cotton beards and bathrobes standing around a cardboard manger?  Over-the-top passion plays that would require more people than you even have in your corps?  Drama can be a simple, inexpensive, meaningful way to add depth to your worship.  In this workshop you will learn fun ice-breaker games that can be used in many different settings, you’ll learn how to use theater techniques to improve the platform ministry of your young people, and you’ll learn how to use scripted drama to further connect your congregants to the Good News of God’s Word.
Paula Bridges
Classroom Management
Do you sometimes feel frazzled and unprepared to teach a lesson?  Do you struggle to keep control of your class?   If so, you are not alone and there is hope!   In this workshop we will be exploring ways to be better prepared to teach and to keep your students engaged.
Anne Henningfeld & Troy Davidson
But There’s Nothing I Can Do! Exploring Restorative Consequences
Youth workers are often frustrated with a lack of options when it comes to consequences for children with difficult behaviors. This session will help refocus the notion of discipline in the context of youth work, and will provide participants an opportunity to brainstorm restorative, rather than punitive, consequences in the context of their program.
Katie Luse & Erin Morgan
Sharing The Gospel with Power
This workshop is an introduction to the Jesus Theater Ministry, which is a Creative Arts presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. The Jesus Theater is being utilized by Salvation Army camps, day-camps, and other venues around the country as a resource for presenting the Gospel to children and youth. The results have been powerful including thousands of commitments to Christ as well as ongoing testimonies from staff, cast members, and the audiences about personal encounters with Jesus. The production is designed as a simple presentation that does not require previous theater experience. It utilizes theater and visual art underscored by engaging music. It is designed so that it can be picked up and utilized in a variety of settings.
Location: Palms Salon F&G
Boys & Girls Club Unit Director’s Academy
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This is a closed meeting for Boys and Girls Club Unit Directors and Officers.

Workshop II

Tuesday, May 1 – Workshop II

Majors Algerome & Teresa Newsome
How to Model Courageous Conversations
Learning how to build deeper relationships is important for everyone. Relationships often come under great pressure and can become fragile. Sometimes they break. Relationships with family, friends, neighbors, colleagues can always be better. Relationships can always be deeper. Courageous Conversations is a way of helping people build deeper relationships, talk, explore and respond to their issues in the light of faith. It results in the development of healthier people and communities who enjoy deeper relationships. Courageous Conversations is not a theory or a project – it is a way of working together. It’s not a new idea, but it needs to be practiced, remembered and implemented. It needs to become a lifestyle in the places where you live and work. Come and learn how to implement Courageous Conversations for you and your friendships.
Bernie Dake
Sound Made Simple…And Other Fairy Tales
Everybody believes that sound systems are simple and yet we can’t seem to have a service without distractions. In this breakout I will help understand how to avoid those pesky distractions. The Lord deserves our best. Let’s do what we can to be our best.
Captain Brandon Mason
Safe From Harm – Level 3 Training (Part 2 of 2)
This session is open to only those who attended the 2pm session.
Jerrie Miller & Bruce McAlester
Project Wild (Part 2 of 4)
Continued training for Project Wild. You must have attending Part 1 and will need to finish all 4 parts to become certified.
Marcie Camarillo
Children of Trauma in the Club, Center, or Corps
The impacts of trauma of on our youth can be confusing for leaders, teachers, and coaches.  We just want our kids to have fun and participate, right?  Some can’t, some won’t, some resist, some fight.
This workshop will help you gain an understanding of trauma on the brain and body of children, so you can have information and tools to develop a trauma-informed culture in your club, center, or corps
Anne Henningfeld & Troy Davidson
Connecting Kids
Kids who feel connected to each other are the kids who will keep coming back to your programs.  Having just one friend is the number one protective factor against bullying. But how do we help kids feel connected, and what can we do when despite our best efforts, they don’t make friends? In this session, we will explore through interactive role play with professional actor Troy Davidson, how to help kids connect and what to do when those connections fail to take root.
Sheila Livingston
“But I just learned Schoology!”
Come and learn how to log in to the Orange Sunday School website with no tears or grumbling. As with all good Sunday School programming snacks will be provided.
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
This is a closed meeting for those obtaining the Jesus Theater training.
Boys & Girls Club Unit Directors Meetings
Boys & Girls Club Shield
This is a closed meeting for Boys and Girls Club Unit Directors and Officers.

Workshop III

Wednesday, May 2 – Workshop III

David Delaney
From Nothing to Something – Stop Thinking Programs & Start Thinking People
Description: Is your music & youth ministry hobbling along with no change on the horizon? Are you and your leaders struggling to get motivated and looking for direction? Do you have impactful relationships with the people under your ministry? We will discuss the importance of direction/vision in effective music & youth ministry that will help build and support each other. What should we do first? What do we want to achieve? How many people do we start with? How do I even get people? It’s only me, what do I do? How much longer can I deal with THAT kid? We will explore these questions and many more of your choosing.
Sheila Livingston
Orange Roundtable
So how is Orange really  going for you? This session will include a panel of teachers who have taught Orange over the past year. We will use the “Highs and Lows” from 252 to introduce the participants and will have opportunity to have an honest discussion of what worked really well and what was a challenge.
Kaitlyn Hardiman
Teaching Children’s Dance Ministry
Children are natural movers, so why do we wait until they become teenagers to get them involved in dance ministry? Join Kaitlyn Hardiman for an interactive movement class to help embrace a child’s creativity.  This class will give the basic tools needed to teach a child the fundamental skills to movement, which include: self confidence and self esteem, improved self-awareness, sensory perception, creative thinking, and so much more!
Tim Eldred
Alone Sucks
Until we quit playing Church games and start getting real with the next generation, we shouldn’t be surprised that they aren’t interested in the brand of Jesus we’re selling. We have to deal honestly with the most significant issue young people everywhere face today—aloneness. That’s where we must begin. In this session, we’ll unpack the cause and cure of the pain and problems today’s teens face to unlock their unbelievable potential.
Wanda Newton
The Old is now New
Have you noticed there has been changes to the character building material? Come and find out about the new Girl Guard and Adventure Corps curriculum and see what is new, not so new or just updated.
Jeff Wallace
Living out the Dream: How the church should approach racial unity.
This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN.  As we remember the life and legacy of Dr. King, this anniversary has provided an opportunity for Christians to reflect on the state of racial unity in the church and in society.  In this workshop, we will have an open and honest conversation to discuss how we (the church) should pursue racial unity in the midst of tremendous tensions around racial and institutional discrimination, social and economic injustice, and kingdom segregation within the local church.  The ultimate goal in this workshop is to promote unity, love, and understanding.
Blake Lanier
Creating Inclusive Environments
Every single youth needs a place to belong.  Youth are drawn to peers, groups, teams and programs that send that message, “We really want to include you as one of us.”  It’s easy for youth workers to fall into the trap of creating stellar programs and fun events without paying any attention to the element of social inclusivity.  Are you actively working to create and nurture the culture and spirit of belonging and psychological safety in your program?  Are you making inclusivity as important an outcome as the number of youth who show up?  This workshop explains the critical nature of actively creating inclusive environments and how youth workers can transform programs into environments that send the powerful message, “We really want to include you as part of us!”
Boys & Girls Club Unit Directors Meetings
This is a closed meeting for Boys and Girls Club Unit Directors and Officers.
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
This is a closed meeting for those obtaining the Jesus Theater training.

Workshop IV

Wednesday, May 2 – Workshop IV

Josh Powell
How to Start and Cultivate a Worship Band
Contemporary worship is becoming nearly as prevalent as traditional worship for supporting congregational singing in the Army. The task of starting and cultivating these groups can seem daunting for any corps leadership team. With prayer, patience and practice, however, you can train up a group that can support and lead powerful, distraction-free worship in any corps setting. This workshop will discuss aspects of how to get started; developing a leader; and building a team around this leader. We will also consider how to select repertoire that is appropriate for the theme and congregation.
Captain Jamie Satterlee & Paula Bridges
Corps Cadet Forms & Reports on the Divisional Level
This workshop is open to anyone that currently handles Corps Cadet forms and reports on the divisional level.
Terri Neville
Training Youth to Seek Justice in an Unjust World
God plans to make a difference in this world through His people acting (and speaking) differently in this cultural moment.  As Sons and daughters of the Most High, we belong to the countercultural movement of grace that brings HOPE to our youth and communities. This workshop will explore how our Identity in Christ informs and changes our worldview and what it looks like to BE, LEAD and TRAIN counter-cultural Kingdom builders.
Tim Eldred
So What?
Leadership is not about being the best. It’s about bringing out the best in others. And leadership doesn’t mean having to know all the answers either. Real leadership listens, which means we must ask more and better questions of the next generation. During this session, you’re going to discover how asking just one question can transform young lives and completely change how you engage youth as co-equals and co-laborers in the cause of Christ.
Ronald Skeete
Pathway of Hope Overview & Intergenerational Approach
Pathway of Hope is The Salvation Army’s national poverty alleviation initiative focusing on families.  Since launching in 2015 in the Southern Territory, over 700 families has been engaged.  Through a strengths-based approach, we help families move from crisis to sufficiency.  Come learn about how this initiative is changing the lives of families and the Corps.
Jesus Theater Rehearsal
This is a closed meeting for those obtaining the Jesus Theater training.
Jerrie Miller & Bruce McAlester
Project Wild (Part 4 of 4)
Continued training for Project Wild. You must have attended Parts 1, 2 & 3 and will need to finish all 4 parts to become certified.
Boys & Girls Club Unit Directors Meetings
This is a closed meeting for Boys and Girls Club Unit Directors and Officers.
Location: Biscayne