Free Youth Leader Webinar- Think Bigger

Just heard about this webinar that you need to be involved in!

Student Leadership University will be hosting a 4 week webinar entitled, “Think Bigger.” This series is designed to equip youth leaders to challenge youth to go beyond the status quo and live in their full and God-inspired potential. During the sessions our network of youth experts and world-class speakers will offer insight into the strengths, weaknesses and needs of today’s youth, give practical advice on how to challenge your students to think bigger and provide resources to help you lead in a new way.

The series launches Monday with Jay Strack’s webinar on “Managing Present Demands While Leading for the Future.” They will continue the conversation inspired by each weekly webinar on the official SLU Facebook page, where viewers can ask questions and interact with their speakers and other leaders, as well as share their best ideas and experiences in developing young leaders for the future. Each session will be available for one week only so be sure to check back and experience the entire 4-week Think Bigger series!

Find out how to get in on this webinar here!

Here’s the full schedule:

October 22-28: Jay Strack (@slulead)- “Managing Present Demands While Leading for the Future”

October 29-November 4: Matt Lawson (@mattlawson77) – “The Funnel Principle for Campus Ministry”

November 5-11: Brian Mills (@brianmills247) – “Checkpoints: A Tactical Guide to Manhood”

November 12-18: Brent Crowe (@brentAcrowe) – “Dreaming with the Lights

They will be using the hashtag #thinkbigger to help track the online conversation and buzz about this exciting series.

Find more info here!

Published by Josh Evans

Josh is the connections pastor of the Oakleaf campus of Trinity Baptist Church in Jacksonville, FL. Before that, Josh had been a mentor and pastor to students for 10 years. Josh is passionate about empowering church leaders to make a difference. Josh and his wife Abby have two children. You can connect further with Josh on this blog or send him a direct email at

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