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VANCOUVER SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY

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Wendy Fletcher

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The hillside station of Dharamsala

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The sun hits the peaks at Dharamsala

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David Somerville

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Jason santos will be the keynote speaker at the all-day event: Children and the Church: ‘Practice, Practice, Practice’. He will present two keynote addresses entitled: ‘Monkey See Monkey Do: A Child’s Spiritual Formation’ and ‘Monastic Youth Ministry: Spiritual Practices for Today’s Youth’.

Morning Keynote: “MonKey see MonKey Do: a ChilD’s spiritual ForMation” Morning Workshops: (participants May select one Workshop to attend) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Young Children and Worship Godly Play Exposure Spirituality at Home “Continuing the Discussion” with Jason Santos

aFternoon Keynote: “MonastiC youth Ministry: spiritual praCtiCes For toDay’s youth” afternoon Workshops: (participants May select one Workshop to attend) 1. 2. 3. 4.

Our Whole Lives – Values Based Sexuality Go Deep – Spiritual Practices for Youth Engaging Youth in Worship “Continuing the Discussion” with Jason Santos

Jason santos is a Ph.D. candidate and a Teaching Fellow in Practical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. Currently, he’s the Theologian-in-Residence at YouthFront, a national youth ministry organization based in Kansas City, KS. He is the author of A Community Called Taizé: A Story of Prayer, Worship and Reconciliation (InterVarsity Press, 2008, forward by Archbishop Desmond Tutu). He speaks both in the US and internationally on topics ranging from youth and children’s ministry and popular culture to contemplative spirituality and alternative worship. He currently resides in Seattle, WA with his wife, Shannon, his ten-yearold son, Judah, newborn son, Silas, and their labrador and two exotic hybrid cats.

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Perspectives Fall / Winter 2011