April 4th 2020
The Engage All-Access Pass includes digital access to all 2019 & 2020 Engage content for $11.99. Click below to learn more!
8:30 – 9:00 Registration
9:00 – 9:45 Welcome
10:00 – 10:50 BREAKOUT #1
11:00 – 11:50 BREAKOUT #2
11:50 – 12:50 Lunch & Exhibits
12:50 – 1:40 Ten Minute Talks
1:50 – 2:40 BREAKOUT #3
2:50 – 3:40 Breakout #4
Don’t hold us to this!
It’s still early so keep an eye out for changes to the schedule.
Katherine & Jay Wolf
99 Balloons Co-Founder
99 Balloons Co-Founder
Author & Speaker
Speaker & Coach
Author and Speaker
Celebrate Recovery-New Heights Church
Stephen “Doc” Hunsley, M.D. is the Executive Director and founder of SOAR Special Needs in Overland Park, Kansas. SOAR (Special Opportunities, Abilities, and Relationships) serves over 900 individuals with special needs through regular respite events and a Special Needs Day Camp. Doc is currently assisting over 320 churches locally, nationally, and globally in starting a Special Needs Ministry. Doc also organizes the Wonderfully Made Conference held annually every October in Kansas City. Doc is a retired pediatrician while his wife, Kay, continues practicing pediatrics. They are proud parents to three beautiful children: Luke, Mark and Sarah. The Hunsley’s middle child, Mark, is presently running the halls of heaven. During Mark’s five-year earthly stay, he gave his family the opportunity to learn from and love a child with autism. You can follow SOAR on Facebook or Connect with Doc on Twitter: @DocHunsley SOARSpecialNeeds.com
JAF Director, Academic Engagement
Disabilities Minister - Saddleback
Licensed Associate Counselor
Joi McGowan is Chicago born and a recent Arkansas resident. Ever since she was young she knew she wanted to be either a lawyer or a therapist. She chose therapy because she believed she could make the most impact. She has personal experiences that have compelled her to work in the counseling field to help others process their trauma and pain. In her experience she has found the words of Dr. Bruce Perry to ring true time and time again: “Relationships are the agents of change and the most powerful therapy is human love”, Bruce D. Perry, The Boy Who Was Raised As a Dog: And Other Stories from a Child Psychiatrist’s Notebook. She believes that if it had not been for her faith, family, friends, and her own therapists she would not have been able to engage in the healing process from her own past. She is a passionate and creative speaker who has spoken in a variety of settings from women retreats, youth retreats, to community health awareness events and professional development training’s. She is excited to share at the Engage Conference to help shed light on trauma, mental health, and healing.
Highlands Haven Central Director
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