Relationships are an important part of life. Friendships, love, marriage, relationships by choice or by birth. Learn what makes them tick.
Mesh Relationship Conference
FEBRUARY 6 - 7, 2013. Mesh is free and no registration is required. Relationships are an important part of life. Friendships, love, marriage, relationships by choice or by birth. Learn what makes them tick, why they sometimes go sideways and just why they're so vital. These two fast-paced nights are designed with the whole family in mind, so bring everyone.
Wednesday, Feb 6 & Thursday Feb 7
|5:30 pm||Doors open. On-site food vendors will be offering burritos, hamburgers, elephant ears and even healthy choices!|
|6:15 pm||Happy Hour in the Tacoma Coffee Shop. $2 lattes until 6:45 pm.|
Kids check in opens.
|7:00 pm||Session One|
|8:45 pm||Session Two (stick around at the end for giveaways)|
There is literally something for everyone at MESH Conference. To begin, we're teaching kids about relationships with their family and friends. Next, there are sessions for Jr. High and High School students. Adults, you won't want to miss the relevant, life-restoring sessions designed just for you. Lastly, you'll have a great time in the lobby when posing at the photobooth with family and friends. Get in line for screaming deals on speaker resources—and hey—you never know what friends you'll make!
This is where the CC Staff and other great leaders join in the discussion. We're covering a variety of topics such as:
- Single Again
- Finishing Strong
- And more...
|Hosts: Kevin & Sheila Gerald|
Hear from hosts and guest speaker, Champions Centre Staff and other great leaders as we discuss the relationships that make up the story of our lives.
|Guest: Dr. Robi Sonderegger|
This year we welcome Dr. Robi—a renowned Clinical Psychologist from Australia who tackles the hard‐core issues faced by families today. He uses vibrant methods with an out‐of‐the‐box style that makes his message stick.
As a devoted husband and father of four, Dr. Robi is passionate about 'taking psychology from the frontline, to the home front'.