Workshops are topical and interactive small group sessions on subjects that are relevant to youth and support the weekend theme. Participants have the opportunity to attend 2 sessions on Saturday morning and can choose from several options.

Inga Richardson: Bible 101

Can I trust the Bible? Is it true? Does it have any relevance to my life? Does God still speak through it today? What’s the Big Deal about the Bible anyways? Come and see why it’s the best- selling book of all time!

Cory Pytlarz: Hearing Trusting Following…Stories from real life

Join a small group of Alberta Bible College students and staff as they share stories and insights from their lives when they have heard, trusted and followed God well (and perhaps not so well)…and how ABC has been a part of their journey of following God.

David Ross: Living with and Healing from Mental Illness: A Christian Spiritual Perspective.

In 2014 David was diagnosed with severe OCD, anxiety and depression. In this workshop he will share some of the key ways in which Jesus helped him cope with and eventually overcome these mental health challenges. The hope is that this may encourage you in your own mental and spiritual health journey.

Sterling Kerr: The Model of Christian Friendships

Sterling is a student at Mount Royal University and goal keeper for the university soccer team. In this session Sterling will:

  • explore the parable of the Good Shepherd and how it relates to Christian friendships
  • draw on parallels with soccer
  • share how his experience with Christian friendships has impacted his life and faith.

Painting Class: Elena Hiebert

Join this guided painting class and create piece of art that expresses the theme. **note: there is a $10 fee that covers the art supplies to be paid with registration. There will be a limited number of spots available on a drop in basis.