This workshop shares how current brain research informs our planning for education, community service, outreach and worship. How does our brain wire and what does that tell us about the people we face in our pews, our classrooms and our families homes? How do you get and keep attention? And how can we keep current with the brain research with limited time?
Presenter: Mark Schoepp
Mark Schoepp served the church as a Director of Christian Education for more than 30 years in four congregations and also toured for 20 years as Fitz Family Ministries, a unique family ministry and entertainment/juggling troupe. Mark joined Wheat Ridge Ministries as full time Director Of Congregation Engagement in July 2010. Mark works to inspire and encourage Lutherans and Lutheran Congregations to connect to their communities through intentional programs that promote health and wellness. Since 1994, Mark has been following the developments in the field of brain research and education, with a special interest in brain health and its application to the church, the church school and the home.