Saturday, February 10, 2018

Ministering To Generations

Three speakers will give you insight into ministering to 

youth, millennials and the aging

This event is for everyone in your congregation who 

encourages and leads others:  

Men and Women, Young and Old

Schedule

TimeEvent
8:00 - 8:30Registration and donuts
8:30 - 8:45Worship
8:45-9:45Session 1 Charlie Pruett
9:45-10:00Break
10:00-11:00Session 2 David Sessions
11:00-11:15Break
11:15-12:15Session 3 Zane Witcher
12:15-12:30Closing remarks
12:30-1:30Lunch

Speaker Information:

David Sessions earned a M.Div degree from Lipscomb in 2010. He’s married to Kristin, and they have two children, Cale and Mae. David joined the Highland staff in 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

Zane Witcher serves as the Associate Preaching & University Minister at Highland Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas.  Abilene Christian University is his alma mater where he received training in ministry and preaching. He has infinite energy when it comes to discipling young adults and helping the next generation fall in love with the local church. Zane is well-known for being married to one of the most patient spouses in the world, Carolina, who together love to mentor young and engaged couples entering into marriage. Running and reading are his two pastimes.

 

 

 

Charlie D. Pruett is the Director of the Gerontology Center and advisor for the academic gerontology program at Abilene Christian University. Charlie holds the Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of North Texas with an emphasis in Aging Studies. His dissertation investigates the relationship of intrinsic religious orientation and mental health in later life. He holds two degrees from Abilene Christian University, the Master of Science in Gerontology and the Bachelor of Science in Christian Ministry. Charlie is also a graduate of the Sunset School of Preaching and the Sunset School of Missions.

He is proud to say his great grandfather and grandfather were two of the first elders for the Church of Christ in Pleasanton, Texas where he grew up. He has a strong interest in intergenerational ministry at the congregational level. Charlie and his wife, Debra, are members of the Hillcrest Church of Christ in Abilene where he is an elder.