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Mike Hayes Speaks at Chaminade On Millennials–March 15

WHAT: Public Lecture on Young Adult Ministry
WHEN: March 15, starting at 5 pm
WHERE:  Chaminade University – Ching Conference Center, 3140 Waialae Avenue, Honolulu 96816
WHO:
Event is free & open to all; featured speaker Mike Hayes is co-founder of BustedHalo.com, and author of Googling God: Ministering to Today’s Young Adults and Their Eclipsed Spirituality
CONTACT:Fr. George Cerniglia, Chaminade rector, at (808) 739-8339 or George.Cerniglia@chaminade.edu
TOPIC: Have You Earned the Right to Be Heard?–Millennial College Students and Their Relationships to Mentors
Millennial generation  today have access to an infinite number of sources and mentors–many available online. Yet, they find it hard to navigate the choices in selecting a trusted source or mentor and often depend on those near them for advice, namely friends their own age who are often in the same situation they are and often just as clueless. Mike Hayes will share being a trusted source on campus, in parishes and beyond. Being available and part of the conversation in both actual and social networking solutions are key.
Refreshments will be served.

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2 Comments

  1. be a human,, religion comes next htuinamy is best….If we fell down in any other area or city where we born the other guy may b or may not b from our religion will help us…that is INDIA…. no religion….we are brothers…thats it.!!!

  2. Than you for posting this Karen., ..on the 2nd photo, I didn’t know you were going to lpbuish this one with Mike Harker’s write up. We had a little BBQ at my ranch yesterday, kind of our own, very un-official Mike Harker memorial deal, just kinda came together at the last minute. BEFORE anybody chimes in here about Timmie Guckes’s catalina run in under 1 hour in 1966, pulled by Bob Nordskog, (hands out front, behind a 18 ft. flat bottom, btw) You will not find this in the record books as whoever was running the race that year would not recognize it as a record because they didn’t do it in the boat they started with. Seem’s the 1st boat wasn’t running up to par so they turned around after they had started, dropped Tim, switched boats an headed out again, and finished in 54 minutes. Tim ran into Bob a few years back, sez Bob was still upset they didn’t give them the official record back then.

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