The twenty-something graduate leaves the campus with a degree and now what? What are some of the tools for success that may not have been covered in the ivy league halls? Pete Hardesty has been working with college students for twenty-five years and has some practical advice and important life skills to pass along to twenty-somethings making their way in today’s world. He will share some of what he has learned and included in “Adulting 101” that will help even those of us way past our twenties to live our best life now!
Have you ever felt tied to your past like a dog to a tree, you can only go so far before that leash yanks you back? Is freedom from old hurts, traumas, and mistakes even possible? Ken and Deb welcome John F. Westfall to the program Wednesday to discuss a call in Romans 12 that shows us how to release the past and live out today with hope and gratitude!
Pete Hardesty is the Young Life college divisional coordinator in the Eastern Division. He has been working with young people for over 25 years and loves being around college students, even though they make him feel old! He is a frequent international keynote speaker across the US as well as Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and the Caribbean. He is a University of Virginia grad and earned his M.Div. from Reformed Theological Seminary.
John F. Westfall has pastored churches in Washington, California, and Minnesota. A former radio show host, an ordained pastor, an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary, and a popular retreat and conference speaker, John is the author of Getting Past What You'll Never Get Over and Starting Again When You Feel Like Giving Up. He lives in the Seattle area with his wife, Eileen, and two King Charles Cavalier puppies, Gabbie and Paisley.