2018 Workshops

Hope Beyond Depression
Mark Maggio
More and more people struggle with darkness, and it can lead to tragic results. If you or someone you know is wrestling with depression, please join us to better understand how to cope and how to find hope. Let’s fight against suicide.

Dating Do’s & Don’ts
Bean and Bailey
We all want to be dating someone, right? But, should we? Why does it seem like these relationships that are meant to make us happy so often only end up hurting us? Let’s get to the bottom of this.

Experience Missions Sponsored by CIY Engage
Brad Warren
Let’s quit talking about changing lives and just do it! Come walk through an interactive missional experience encouraging and praying for lifelong Kingdom Workers from our partner organizations: Gails Girls, Pioneer Bible Translators, Give A Dollars, and CIY Engage.

Sharing is Caring
Jack Loftland
We know we should be talking to our friends about our faith. So why does it seem so hard? Are we making it too tough? Come learn a few surprisingly simple and practical tips.

There’s an App for That
Ryan Arnold
The power behind that little glowing screen you have is remarkable. And — with great power comes great responsibility! You can use it for good…or not. Let’s learn together how you can change the world right through your phone.

Panel Discussion with Rocky Christiansen
Do you feel it? THE PRESSURE!! “What are you doing after high school? Where are you going to college??” It’s like everything in your life leads to this one decision. Come get some valuable advice as you prep for life after high school.

Athletic Faith
Ginny Bonomo
Ever wondered how your passion for Jesus and Sports could be combined!? Join us as we talk about some easy ways to use the sports you love to share your faith with your friends and teammates.

Skip A Workshop Sponsored by Camp Conquest
Don Lee
Get outside and make a difference! Go for a 45-minute guided prayer walk through Harrisburg. Adult sponsors can sign up at the Camp Conquest exhibit booth, or text “skip-pctc.” (Offered during Workshop 3 and 4)

Sexual Identity Adult Leader Workshop
Tom Wolff
Cultural issues around gender and sexuality are among the most difficult topics youth leaders face today. Join us as we discuss how the church and leaders can address with these crucial challenges.




For more than 30 years, Dr. Mark Maggio has served as a national and international trainer and consultant in the field of disaster mental health and Critical Incident Stress Management for groups such as federal, state and local law enforcement and emergency services personnel, the federal courts, the World Bank, and private industry. Over this same time period he has also been a direct provider of crisis intervention services in literally hundreds of incidents around the country that include Hurricanes Andrew and Katrina, the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York and the Pentagon and the Washington Naval Yard shootings that occurred in September of 2013. Dr. Maggio has served as the assistant clinical director for two crisis response teams in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area, was formerly the clinical director for a national crisis response team serving the air medical rescue and airborne law enforcement industries and a contract psychologist for the crisis response team for Dulles & Reagan National Airports. For 4 years Dr. Maggio was a member of the Office of Personnel Management’s Working Group on Violence in the Workplace in Washington, DC.

He was a contributing author to OPM’s national publication Dealing with Workplace Violence: A Guide for Agency Planners. In addition he has been a primary or co-author for a variety of articles on crisis intervention, critical incident stress management, workplace violence, domestic violence, officer suicide and resiliency and trauma. Dr. Maggio holds the title of Chairman of the Board, Emeritus for the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and is an ICISF approved instructor for their Group, Peer, Advanced, Suicide and Strategic Response to Crises courses. He has served as a faculty member for the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation in Emmitsburg, Md. and for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association’s Rapid Response Team as well as a consultant to the World Bank in Washington, DC. Dr. Maggio has served as an adjunct faculty member in human development and social sciences at Howard Community College in Columbia, Maryland and an adjunct associate professor in behavioral sciences for the University of Maryland/University College. He also served for nearly 14 years as a law enforcement officer with the Howard County Police Department in Maryland. During that time Dr. Maggio served in the patrol and criminal investigations bureaus as well as the Hostage Negotiations team. He was also assigned to the Education & Training division where he taught at both the in-service and academy levels.

Dr. Maggio is retired from the federal government where he served as an Assistant Division Director in the Education Division for the Federal Judicial Center in Washington DC. Dr. Maggio has a part-time private practice where he specializes in treating trauma victims and he is currently the clinical director of the Critical Incident Stress teams with the Howard County Police Department in Ellicott City, Md., the Annapolis City Police Dept. and the Annapolis City Fire Dept. in Annapolis, Md.. He is a national consultant and trainer in crisis intervention. He holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Loyola University in Baltimore and a Ph.D. in human development from the University of Maryland in College Park. He is a diplomat and board certified expert in traumatic stress with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress



Bradley Bean and Jackson Bailey have been performing comedy together professionally for over 18 years.  Their show includes everything from stand-up comedy to musical songs and parodies, all wrapped up in a quirky friendship between Bean (an organized conservative personality) and Bailey (a random free spirit).  Bean and Bailey were on the first season of America’s Got Talent, and have been featured comedians on Disney Cruise Lines.  Their comedy has been featured on Sirius XM’s Laugh USA channel and on DVDs in Christian bookstores across America.

Bean and Bailey’s mission is to bring clean, wholesome comedy to audiences across America. They also enjoy using humor to shed light on Biblical truth.  According to Bean, “Laughter has the power to bring unity to groups of people, as well as healing to individuals who are hurting. It is such a blessing to us when we see this happen at our comedy show.” Bailey states, “I may not be the sharpest spoon in the drawer, but I do know the Bible is true when it says that “laughter is a good medicine.”

Brad Warren is a Program Administrator for CIY Engage. At Engage, we train students for a life of Kingdom Work through experiencing what God is doing in cultures different than their own. He has five years of ministry experience at churches in Cincinnati, Ohio and Greeley, Colorado, and is an avid fan of coffee, soccer, and the Kentucky Wildcats.

Jack Loftland has been the Youth Director for Fallston High School Young Life for around 15 years. Young Life is dedicated to introducing young people to Jesus Christ and helping the grow in their faith.​ Jack is a proud father of his three daughters; Haley, Katherine & Emma, and wife Amy. Jack can hit a golf ball a mile! and enjoys visiting Myrtle Beach to beat some of his closest friends in golf once a year!

Ryan Arnold is a Youth Pastor for Community Christian Church (C3) in White Marsh, Maryland. At C3 Students, we want to help middle and high school students learn how to follow Jesus and own their own faith. He has 10 years of ministry experience CCC and Indian Lake Christian Camp, and is an avid fan of coffee, soccer, and the Boston Red Sox.

Tom Wolff is the area director for Priority One Delaware County equipping men to grow in their relationship with Christ. He has a Master’s Degree in counseling and maintains his own private practice. Tom has worked with Celebrate Recovery and runs a support group for parents of same-sex attracted youth as well as a group for men struggling with pornography addiction.




Ginny Bonomo works for Bloomsburg University and is a former professor at Lock Haven University. Both her, and her Husband Rocky, enjoy being active and getting in some crossfit! Their passion and energy for Jesus Christ and living a healthy life is simply contagious!


Don Lee has been a program coordinator for Camp Conquest since march 2015. Camp Conquest is a year round camp facility dedicated to providing high quality christ centered programing and experiences. Don enjoys serving alongside his wife Stacia who is also very active in ministry.