Parent & Leader Equipping Events


Jan 19


Rockrimmon Campus Worship Center (290 E Woodmen Road)


No Cost

Join us as guest speakers take on specific topics that will equip parents and leaders with their kids & students! 

David Galvan will be speaking for this event!

About David: David has been speaking, training and facilitating conversations about whole-person health for nearly 15 years. In that time, David has personally spoken to over 30,000 students along the front range of Colorado and across the country. He is an engaging and dynamic speaker, who has spoken to a variety of communities through countless workshops & seminars. David is a certified trainer in ACEs, QPR, and both Teen & Youth Mental Health First Aid - where he has trained over 1,500 individuals. Most recently, he was recognized as the Instructor of the Year for Colorado. He is also a Director/Trainer with Soul Shop, a faith based initiative that equips faith leaders to minister to those that have been impacted by suicide. David is personally and professionally dedicated to the mission that every person should have access to help, healing and hope.

About the Talk: “The greatest mass of [people] lead lives of quiet desperation” – our goal is to move from quiet desperation to honest conversation. We believe all Christ followers are well situated to be significant sources of hope and healing for those impacted by mental health illnesses and suicide. This is especially true for us, parents and leaders. 

Adolescence is a time of critical change and development. It’s when many personal challenges first emerge. The goal of this session is to facilitate youth-specific discussions on the challenges of mental health, suicide and the impact these have on our mental, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of who we are. This conversational presentation desires to equip parents with tools and resources to cultivate a soul-safe place for their students around the topics of mental health, suicide and faith.

Registration closed on Friday, January 19, 2024