The Res Gen Parent’s Night 2020 with Stuart Hall, Tom Henderson, and comedian Dustin Nickerson is a night of education, comedy, and encouragement for parents. Join us on Friday, March 13 from 7:00-10:00pm to laugh and learn about the phases in kids’ lives and the role we play as adults. Cost is $12 per person and tickets can be purchased at resgen.org.

PLEASE NOTE: Childcare will not be available for this event.

SPEAKERS:
Stuart Hall serves as Director of Leadership and Networking for Orange (ReThink Group) and also leads INFLNSR, an organization whose mission is to fuel the next generation of leaders worth following. Powered by 28+ years of student ministry and leadership experience, Stuart combines a unique blend of humor, insight and application to impact the thousands of students and adults he speaks to every year. He and his wife Kellee reside north of Atlanta, GA and are the parents of three very active college athlete children.

Dustin Nickerson describes himself as the world’s most average person but is far from it when he is on stage. He brings you into his life through his jokes about the struggles of parenting, marriage, and being generally annoyed by most people. At just 35 years old, he has been married for 15 years and has 3 kids! This helps make Dustin truly one of the most unique voices in the comedy scene.

Tom Henderson, a 20+ year student ministry veteran, is the founder of Restoration Generation. Since starting the ministry in 2010, Tom has spoken to over 250,000 people at conferences, schools, festivals and other events across the country. Res Gen hosts several annual events in Sioux Falls including the Res Gen Men’s Summit, Date Night Comedy, and Parent’s Night. In 2019, Restoration Generation launched the ‘Res Gen Youth Leaders Network’ which meets monthly to unify, encourage and equip youth workers in the mission of reaching students and families for Christ.

The 5th annual Daddy Daughter Dance on Sunday, March 1 is almost here—and our initial run of tickets has sold out! We will be opening up a small number of late ticket sales for people who missed tickets the first time around. Check back here on the church website during the week of Feb. 24 for late ticket opportunities. We will post a 24-hour advance notice for those ticket sales, and they will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Again, this notification will ONLY be available through our website, so be on the lookout.

ABOUT THE DADDY DAUGHTER DANCE:
Dads and father figures—get ready to treat the ladies in your lives to a spectacular experience on Sunday, March 1 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm! Tickets cost $15 per family group (dad or father figure + daughters) and will go live on Wednesday, Jan. 29. You can purchase tickets at centralsf.org/daddydaughter2020. We hope you’ll join us for this unforgettable night of making memories.

Central has a new parenting podcast called Training Wheels. In the podcast, Pastor Jeff (and an occasional guest) will offer tips and insights to help parents give spiritual guidance to their kids. If you’re ready to get practical advice on raising your children to know and follow Christ, listen on iTunes at centralsf.org/twitunes, on Spotify at centralsf.org/twspotify, or on our website at centralsf.org/podcasts!

If you’re a college student or college aged and want to receive text updates, we’ve got you covered. Just text CollegeCC to 555888. We’ll send occasional texts with updates on events as well as lunches (so you never have to worry about missing a free meal).

Central’s Intern Development Program is not just an internship—it’s a program designed with personal and professional development in mind. To put it bluntly, we’re not looking for interns to fill hours and perform grunt labor, we want leaders who desire to be challenged, grown, and invested in. If that description fits you or someone you know, visit centralsf.org/internship.