Dear Youth Worker Friend,

I’ve written books to Student Leaders, I’ve discipled Student Leaders, and I’ve created conferences for Student Leaders for several years (last year we had over 1,000 student leaders attend). Every year I get more excited about our Student Leadership Conference and this coming year is no different. It’s going to be amazing! In the last two years we’ve been asked to expand from 1 location to 3 (with a 4th being added next summer).

I’m humbly asking for your help to spread the news!

This is a little weird for me to write and ask for help, but you cannot imagine the number of stories I’ve heard about the impact SLC has had on the individual lives of students, families and youth ministries. These stories are the only reason we continue to run this conference and expand it across the country. One of our primary values is to keep this conference as inexpensive as possible for youth workers to add this “camp/retreat” experience to their calendar–we start our pricing at only $125 per student (for 3 days–that’s an amazing price).

This summer we’re adding a third location–Dallas, TX. We’re thrilled to be coming/going to Texas, but we desperately need help getting the word out to a new market area… this is where I’m hoping you can help us.

1. Consider bringing your group to our Dallas (or, PA or So. CA) location.

2. If you can’t attend, will you please help us spread the word? Like us on FB, tweet about us, hashtag us in your instagrams. You get the idea, you can even forward this blog post to your youth ministry friends and networks.

Thanks for your help! One of my favorite things about ministry is doing it in community and I love it when youth workers come together to help each other! I’m grateful for whatever you can do!

I love teenagers and youth workers and want to help both be more effective. Get all the details and lots more information on our website at slc2013.com.

I am confident this conference will impact their ministry!

Question: What questions do you have that I can help answer about this conference? Ask them here.