CHIC 2015: Get to know the Leader Experience team

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For the next few months, we will be highlighting the different teams working hard to create an exciting and life changing CHIC 2015. In February, we learned about the LR2J team. This month, take some time & get to know the Leader Experience team.

This team exists to support the men and women who make CHIC happen through their service as counselors, pastors, and volunteer youth leaders, and to partner with parents and churches in the entire CHIC Experience. They work with the CHIC Liaisons to build a network of resources and support for all those interested in CHIC.

The team is led by Ben Kerns, Pastor of Children and Students at Marin Covenant Church. You can read more about Ben on his blog:averageyouthministry.com

 

The team includes:

  • Matt Aalseth, Redeemer Covenant Church, Orangevale, CA
  • Traci Coffman, Marin Covenant Church, San Rafael, CA
  • Kyle Thompson, University Covenant Church, Davis CA

For more information, check out the “For Leaders Only” section of the CHIC 2015 website. You will find contact info for your liaison and all of the materials needed to host a “Parent Meeting in a Box”. This meeting resource was created to assist youth workers and volunteers in hosting an informational CHIC meeting for the parents in their church. In addition to pictures and videos from CHIC 2012, it also includes documents detailing how to set up your meeting, frequently asked questions about CHIC, fundraising ideas, and a power point to run through. If you are thinking about ways to get CHIC 2015 in front of the parents in your church, this is the perfect resource for you. Check it out!

In the future, the “For Leaders Only” section of the CHIC website is where you will find all leader information and updated resources. Please join us in praying for this team as they work towards better equipping and supporting all those who serve CHIC as leaders.

 

 

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