Helping Our Teens Find Connection in a Lonely World
Tuesday, January 22, 7:00-8:00 PM
Brentwood Academy Middle School 7th Grade Den
Teens are going through some of the hardest times in history, and you know the biggest issue they face? Young people feel alone.
Author Andy Braner tackles the universal desire we have to belong in his most recent release, Alone: How to Find Connection in a Lonely World. Covering topics such as isolation, addiction, shallow relationships, and the patterns we often fall into when we long to fit in, Andy teaches us how to develop meaningful relationships as well as learn to depend on the Creator for the only form of connection that will ever truly satisfy.
Braner will speak to parents, youth leaders, teachers and others in our community about his book and the loneliness that teens face on January 22 at 7:00 PM in the 7th grade den at Brentwood Academy. Everyone in the community is invited to attend, and admission is free.
Braner has 15 years of experience working in youth ministry. He began working for Kanakuk Kamps in the summer of 1997 as the Director of Kanakuk Colorado. In 2001, he and his wife opened a permanent facility for K-Colorado in Durango, Colorado where Camp KIVU resides today. KIVU is a real place where teens can experience real time community, real time adventure, and real time faith, through hours of one on one relationships with Braner and the KIVU staff.
Each year, Braner speaks to over 100,000 teenagers in various Christian school venues, conferences, church events, and book tours. His mission is to help students understand what it means to follow Jesus in real life.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-467-0996.