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Friday, May 19 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Latino/a Millennials: Breaking Down Stereotypes and Building Bridges [REPEATS]

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Although research has been conducted regarding the Millennial generation, Latino/a Millennials have often been understudied, overlooked, or lumped into the stereotypes that have come to define a generation. This workshop will explore the complex realities that Latino/a Millennials inhabit, as well as practical suggestions to engage, listen and serve with Latino/a Millennials in the pursuit of God’s reconciling justice within and beyond the Latina/o community.

Speakers
avatar for Marcos Canales

Marcos Canales

Lead Pastor, La Fuente Ministries
Marcos Canales holds a Masters of Divinity from Fuller Seminary. He is a Latino pastor and church planter who is passionate about the leadership development of emerging Latina/o generations. Currently, Marcos is the lead pastor of La Fuente Ministries, a bilingual, intercultural... Read More →
avatar for Jennifer Guerra

Jennifer Guerra

Coordinator of Multicultural Initiatives, Fuller Youth Institute
Jennifer A. Guerra Aldana, originally from Guatemala, grew up in Southern California as the daughter of church planters. Jennifer received her B.A in Social Work from Point Loma Nazarene University and served as a youth pastor and social worker in San Diego county. Jennifer is pu... Read More →


Friday May 19, 2017 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Duke 123

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