Answering Kids’ Tough Questions

May 1 3:30 - 8:00 pm  |  Capo Beach Church

25975 Domingo Avenue, Dana Point, CA, USA


The past year has made one thing very clear—we live in a culture full of chaos and confusion. And helping our children and students navigate this chaotic culture is more challenging than ever. The confusion abounds. Can boys be girls and girls be boys? Deep down are we all racists? Is the Bible sexist? Is Christianity anti-science? How can a loving God allow suffering? Is our true identity our sexual identity? Does the Christian faith need to change to survive?

Do you have answers to your kids’ most pressing questions? Join us May 1st to explore these tough questions and strengthen your own faith, so you can pass it on to the next generation. Our incredible speakers will equip us with the knowledge and practical tools needed to guide our kids in this chaotic age.

If you’re influencing kids from 0-18 years of age, then this conference is for you. Parents. Grandparents. Youth workers. Homeschoolers. Sunday school teachers. Pastors. Christian educators. If you’re an adult in any position to influence young lives, don’t miss this opportunity to get the training you need.


Brett Kunkle is the founder and president of MAVEN, a movement to equip the next generation to know truth, pursue goodness and create beauty. He has more than 25 years of experience working with junior high, high school, and college students.

Brett has developed a groundbreaking approach to mission trips, creating a one-of-a-kind experience that immerses participants in real-life engagement in apologetics, theology, worldview and evangelism in Berkeley, California, and Salt Lake City, Utah.

In addition, Brett is a Teaching Fellow at the Impact 360 Institute. He was an associate editor for the Apologetics Study Bible for Students and co-authored A Practical Guide to Culture: Helping the Next Generation Navigate Today’s World.

He received his Master’s degree in philosophy of religion and ethics from Talbot School of Theology. Brett lives with his wife and kids in Southern California.

Erin Kunkle helped launch MAVEN in September 2017. She is a speaker, co-host of the MAVEN parent podcast and director of the MAVEN Conference. She has a vast array of ministry experience over the last 20 years, from teaching in children’s ministry to training children’s ministry workers to serving in youth ministry to mentoring young moms to leading small groups and more. She’s done it all.

In addition, Erin keeps the entire Kunkle household running smoothly and is a veteran homeschool mom. She received her bachelors degree in sociology with an emphasis in political science from Biola University. Erin lives with her husband Brett and their five kids in Southern California.

Conference Schedule:

3:30PM Session 1: REVOLUTION #1 — Can Our Kids Trust Authority Anymore? Navigating the Authority Revolution 

  • This session will set the table by introducing worldview and culture and then diving into the authority of God and God’s Word and the authority of parents and adults in the lives of children and youth, and then provide some practical help on discipline for all ages of kids. (There will be approximately 15 minutes of Q&A toward the end of this session.)

4:30PM Break

4:45PM Session 2: REVOLUTION #2 — Can Boys Be Girls & Girls Be Boys? Navigating the Gender Revolution

  • This session will help adults navigate the culture’s views on gender identity and then lay out a biblical view of what it means to be male and female, with practical ideas on how to build kids with healthy views. (There will be approximately 15 minutes of Q&A toward the end of this session.)

6:00PM Dinner Break (Dinner Is Provided)

6:45PM Session 3: REVOLUTION #3 — How Should We Live in a World of Screens? Navigating the Technological Revolution

  • This session will help adults develop a theology of technology and view digital technology from a biblical worldview, outline the real dangers and challenges of technology and offer practical steps to develop a “Family Technology Plan.” (There will be approximately 15 minutes of Q&A toward the end of this session.)

8:00PM Dismiss