| Joel D. Grewe|
Director of Generation Joshua
Joel started his life as an advocate when he was in 6th grade and convinced his mother to homeschool him. In 2007, after working on Capitol Hill for Congressman J.C. Watts and then delving into the world of demographic research, Joel started training future leaders at Generation Joshua. He now serves as the director of Generation Joshua. A graduate of his hometown college, Eastern Washington University, he travels around the United States training students to change the political world for Christ. When Joel speaks, he draws on over 15 years of ministry and 10 years of political experience to make the message relevant to a generation that he says, “Will change the world.” Living in the Washington, D.C. area, Joel, his wife Christie, and their children enjoy life in the fast lane.
|Title:||Generation Joshua: The Future of America in the Hands of Teenagers|
|Topic:||Legal, Motivational, Political|
|Description:||The future of our country is in the hands of the teenagers in our homes. While this may be a terrifying thought to some, it does not need to be—instead it is a great opportunity that we should not lose. Drawing on 15 years of experience working with teens, Joel offers both encouragement for the future and suggestions for how to help ensure our America remains both just and free.|
|Title:||What is Easy and What is Right: A Call to Greater Responsibility in the Youth of the Nation|
|Type:||General Session, Workshop|
|Topic:||History, Motivational, Political|
|Audience:||All, Parents, Teens|
|Description:||The iPod—wielding, social—networking youth of today are often irresponsible. They lack motivation to do what is right, in favor of doing what is easy. Drawing from personal experience as someone who has had to choose between what is right and what is easy, Joel calls on the generation of today to stand up and do what is right, because it is right, rather than what is easy.|
|Title:||Why Teens Need the Parental Rights Amendment|
|Description:||Joel explains the constitutional basis for parental rights, the current threat posed by court decisions and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the need for adoption of the Parental Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.|
If you would like to schedule Joel Grewe as a speaker for your upcoming event, contact him at 540—338—5600.
Joel is willing to negotiate travel, hotel, and keynote/speaker costs.