Will we see you at the SFLA National Conference on January 28th? We hope so! If you’re on the fence about coming or need an extra push to stay another day after the March for Life, there are plenty of great reasons to come to the conference – after all, it is the largest pro-life youth conference in the world and at the very least you could say, hey BTDT, right?
While we have amazing speakers lined up, one of the reasons that our students tell us they keep coming back is our breakout sessions, where students get the chance to meet other young pro-life leaders on their campus and delve into lots of different areas where they can get some awesome ideas to take back to their own schools and implement.
We split up the breakout sessions into high school and college tracks so whatever age group you fit into, those sessions are specifically geared for you! Whether you’re trying to arrange a life-affirming Sex Week at your college campus or reaching your community through your high school group, we’ve got a breakout session that will be interesting, informative and super useful.
The High School track choices are:
Theology of the Body
Cristina Barba, The Culture Project
Leadership & Effective Practices
Shawn Carney, 40 Days for Life; Lisa Stover, Students for Life
Reaching YOUR Peers (Public, Private, and Home School Environments)
Michele Hendrickson, Students for Life of America, Travis Barham, Alliance Defending Freedom Attorney
The College track choices are:
New Frontiers in Bioethics
David Prentice, Charlotte Lozier Institute
Sex Week & Beyond: Making a Positive Impact on Your Campus
Reagan Barklage, Students for Life; Sade Patterson, University of New Mexico Alum; Casey Mattox, Alliance Defending Freedom Attorney
Inclusive Campus Movement-Tactics of Inclusion
Kelsey Hazzard, Secular Pro-Life; Christina Bennett, National Black Pro-Life Coalition
Pregnant on Campus 5 in 10 – Learn 5 Pregnant on Campus Projects in 10 minutes each!
Beth Rahal, Students for Life
Sounds pretty cool, right?
Besides the high school and college tracks, we’ve got some sessions in the main area for everyone that you won’t want to miss either. Check it out:
How to Speak Heroically about Abortion (Dialogue Training)
– Josh Brahm, Equal Rights Institute; Rebecca Haschke, Justice for All
Helping Moms Be Heroes
Learn how to help women in crisis become heroes for their children by working with your local pregnancy center, making your campus friendly for pregnant and parenting students, and talking about adoption in the right way.
-Jor-El Godsey, Heartbeat International; Pregnant On Campus Student; Dawn M. Baker, Bethany Christian Services
“Watch your Mouth” and “Mind Your Manners”
Learn about the latest poll numbers in our movement and what that means for your group, how to use your digital presence to advance our movement, and how to treat your campus like a mission field. (Messaging, Online, Mission Field)
– Kristan Hawkins, Students for Life; Erin Brownback, Doctoral Student at University of Arizona; Arina Grossu, Center for Human Dignity; Kira Davis, Redstate
Ready to register? Go to www.sflalive.org.