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Engage Speaker Series 4 Promo

just so you’re in the know…

ENGAGE 4: ENGAGE Speaker Series 4: “Mooks, Midriffs, Myspace & More: Engaging Youth and Media Online

Pastoral and Laity Ministries and Chinese Christian Herald Crusades Herald Youth Center are proud to present our third ENGAGE (English-speaking Asian American Group Exchange) Speakers Series: This monthly series hopes to
build, equip, assist and rebuild lay leaders who serve Asian American churches. This first series focuses on Asian American Youth Ministry and the implications for leadership and developing discipleship. The series is partially funded by the L2 Foundation.

We hope that you join us as we fellowship and hear from some of the most innovative and engaging ministry practitioners.

This month’s ENGAGE Series will be facilitated by Jeremy Del Rio on the topic of “Mooks, Midriffs, Myspace & More: Engaging Youth and Media Online” The description of this workshop: Corporate profiteers produce and market media for a target youth audience they call mooks and midriffs — caricatures that exploit adolescent insecurities and hormones; a strategy described as “grabbing below the belt and reaching for their wallets.” The result: average teens now consume digital media for 72 hours each week and increasingly digest that media online in what the New York Times calls, “Websites Without Rules.” This workshop explores ways to more effectively reach this plugged-in generation.

Please RSVP by emailing Peter Ong at peter@palmny.org to confirm your attendance and participation.

Jeremy Del Rio, Esq. consults churches and community groups on youth development, social justice, and cultural engagement. He is the co-founder and director of Community Solutions, Inc., a holistic youth development agency based in lower Manhattan. CSI provides afterschool education, summer programs, and community outreach through Generation Xcel, and hosts service learning missions trips nationally through Chain Reaction. Jeremy is the founding youth pastor at Abounding Grace Ministries, and also worked as a corporate attorney in New York.

The ENGAGE Speaker Series will be held at 7 p.m. at Chinese Christian Herald Crusades (CCHC) Flushing Herald Center, 39-07 Prince St., Unit 4J, Flushing, NY 11354 (the building next to the Sheraton Hotel)

Date: Wednesday, April 18th, 2007 at 7 p.m.

Where: Chinese Christian Herald Crusades (CCHC) Flushing Herald Center, 39-07 Prince Street (between Roosevelt and 39th Avenue), Unit 4J, Flushing, NY 11354.

There are municipal parking lots available and street parking. It is easily accessible by the 7 train to Main Street and car.

All participants who are pastors, lay leaders, and youth workers will receive a free copy of L2 Foundation’s Asian American Youth Ministry, edited by DJ Chuang. For each Speaking Series, dinner will be provided.

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