Reveal - Technology and Youth Culture Seminar

  • South Lansing Christian Church 6300 N Aurelius Rd Lansing, MI, 48911 United States

Have you ever wondered about what your kids were doing online or with mobile devices? Are you a youth worker who wants to instill consistent integrity in your students throughout both their digital life and their everyday actions?  This year, the Reveal Seminar will be examining the intersection of faith, culture, and the digital age.

The Reveal Seminar is a half-day event from 9am-1pm.  Parents, Grandparents, Youth Workers, and Volunteers are all invited.  Our featured speaker is Joshua Straub, President and Co-Founder of the Connextion Group, which seeks to build relational connections between generations.  Join us as we talk about parenting and ministry in the 21st century!

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Featured Speaker: Joshua Straub, Ph.D.

As an advocate for parenting in the 21st century, his passion is raising the next generation to love and relate well. Josh speaks and writes on the two key ingredients necessary for building healthy families: intentional parenting and a loving marriage. He is the coauthor of God Attachment and The Quick Reference Guide to Counseling Teenagers. Josh also serves on the Teaching Team at Woodland Hills Family Church and associate professor for Liberty University Online. Josh wakes up each day striving to love others better, starting with his wife Christi and their two children, Landon and Kennedy.

Guest Speaker: Dan Lohrmann

Dan Lohrman is the former Chief Security Officer for the State of Michigan, as well as a widely known technologist and speaker.  Over the past 26 years, Dan has served in both public and private organizations as a Network Engineer, CTO CISO, IT Director, and CISO.  He is the author of the book Virtual Integrity: Faithfully Navigating the Brave New Web, and is an authority on security in technology.  Security Magazine has named him one of the 25 most influential people in the security industry, SC Magazine designated him the 2008 Chief Security Officer of the Year, and Governing Magazine honored him as the 2008 Public Official of the year in technology.