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(Virtual) Breakouts

(Virtual) Breakouts

These are the breakouts for Virtual WAVE 2022!

Youth Leader Track

Leader: Heather Flies

9:00AM (Virtual)
Youth pastor and author speaks on Youth Leadership.

CCYM (Peninsula-Delaware)

Leader: CCYM Students

4:40PM (Virtual)
For Peninsula-Delaware Conference students who will be entering 8-12th grade in the fall of 2022 AND adults interested in volunteering. Learn more about what it means to participate in Pen-Del’s Conference Council on Youth Ministry.

BWC Youth Ministry (Baltimore-Washington)

Leader: TBA

4:40PM (Virtual)
Everywhere you look the world seems broken and in need of repair: environmental justice, health care, economic justice, human rights, unhealthy relationships, and areas of conflict and violence. Imagine what a different world could look like? Imagine the church making a difference? Imagine what YOU can do to make a difference. This interactive breakout will explore how you can help the UMC continue to make the world a better place.

Dish with the Bish

Leader: Bishop LaTrelle Easterling

10:30AM (Virtual)
Our Bishop is a faithful, prophetic woman of God and is the first African American woman to be Bishop of the Baltimore-Washington Conference as well as the Peninsula-Delaware Conference. This breakout will allow you to discuss different topics with our Bishop. She will answer pre-submitted questions as well as take them from the floor. Please allow the youth to ask their questions first. This is a wonderful opportunity to get to know our Bishop better. “Listen to counsel and receive instruction so that you may be wise later in life.” Proverbs 19:20

Emotions & You

Leader: Rev Twanda Prioleau

1:30PM (Virtual)
This workshop will empower teens to take care of themselves by providing ways to manage stress, recognize the warning signs of depression and anxiety, and identify resources to find help.

Human Trafficking

Leader: Araminta

1:30PM (Virtual)
This presentation will have the following objectives: Youth and Youth leaders have great potential of intervening and preventing the injustice of child sex trafficking. Training tomorrow’s leaders with the following objectives is in the bullseye of Araminta’s mission: • To understand human trafficking and how it effects our schools and community • To learn how to protect our youth from becoming victims of this crime • To respond if we know someone may know may be the victim of this crime or is suspected to be involved at any level This is a mature subject. Please be advised.