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Friday, November 18 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
A Structured Approach That Leads to Transformation of Students and Families in the Public Schools

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This seminar will provide the tools you need to impact students grades three through eight and their families, creating an opportunity for your church volunteers to impact the schools in your community. CLAY Student Leadership’s mission of Caring Loving All Youth has helped decrease maladaptive behaviors of at-risk students and increase the effectiveness of at-promise students. Through CLAY Student Leadership, students and families find hope and purpose as each student learns to dream and gains practical tools to achieve those dreams. CLAY’s curriculum engages students through music, journaling, and consistent mentorship—this provides an interactive experience that allows students to absorb and apply simple truths and helps instill leadership values. In addition, family team building and intentional leadership seminars equip parents to take an active role in the lives of their children.

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Abel Lopez

Abel López is the president and founder of Clay Student Leadership, a dynamic, six-year leadership curriculum focused on reaching students in the public schools. He holds a master’s degree in leadership from Indiana Wesleyan University, and he was a youth pastor for 18 years. Abel is the author of 12 Fundamental Keys to Developing an Effective Youth Ministry and The Leadership Bible. He lives in Dallas with his wife, Mary, their... Read More →


Friday November 18, 2016 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Room 203

Attendees (28)