Attend The Summit Without Leaving Home



The 30 Hour Famine team and The Youth Cartel (an organization that provides a variety of resources for youth workers) partner on a whole bunch of stuff. We particularly love the Cartel’s TED-like event called The Summit (November 6/7, in Nashville), and have been partners on the event since its inception four years ago. But we also realize that plenty of Famine leaders aren’t able to make the trek to Nashville for this event. So we’re really pleased to let you know about a new, last-minute option for this year’s Summit. We’ll let Marko and Adam tell you about it:


We know we’re biased, but we keep looking at the way this year’s Summit has shaped up and commenting to ourselves that we’ve never seen a youth ministry event this focused, this strong, this compelling and needed. We’ll be looking at three ‘elephants in the room’ of youth ministry: Immaturity, Evangelism, and Pastoring LGBT Teenagers. Each session has a unique flow, with a fascinating assortment of presenters, video segments, and curating from knowledgeable expert.

But we keep hearing from people that they really want to attend, but—for a variety of reasons—aren’t able to make the trip. So we’ve decided to offer something new this year: live streaming. That’s right: for $99, you’ll get access to a live video feed from the event. And as a bonus, you’ll get most of the sessions as a download you can watch anytime (there are a couple presentations that will only be available via live-stream).

Check out the overview for The Summit here. Or the line-up of this year’s presenters here.

Click here to register (it’s not too late! In fact, regular and group registration rates end Halloween night!)

Or click here to purchase the live stream and download package.