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Topics for this episode:
Thank you! Thanks to our great sponsors Central Christian College of the Bible, and ORANGE... Yes! ORANGE! We love Orange and we love MS Curriculum!!! You need to check it out, its the best out there!
Generation Z tip of the week: Millennials are skipping entrepreneurship, but Gen Z is picking up their slack -- 72% of high schoolers want to start their own business someday, and 61% of college students would rather be entrepreneurs than employees, despite the clear difficulties they expect to face. For that means student leadership looks different, how we call them to invest in the ministry is of far greater value. ARTICLE HERE
Andrew Root answers a question of how to talk to students about the end times.
Jadner Lugo shares with us what was happening on the ground in Haiti!
Dr. Jim Burns sits down with us to talk about Sex! Part 1 of 4 (over the next couple months)
The intro is done by Jillian Chester from Mariners Church Irvine CA.... My old Church.
Whose on this episode?
Justin Herman- Youth Network, Sandals Church
Kurt Johnston- Next Gen Pastor, Saddleback Church
Andrew Root- Professor of youth and family ministry at Luther Seminary
Jadner Lugo- Student Ministry Director at the Journey
Dr. Jim Burns- President of HomeWord and the Executive Director of the HomeWord Center for Youth and Family at Azusa Pacific University.
Things mentioned in the episode:
Free Resouce- Postcards
Middle School Ministry Campference- Youth Cartel
Believe Tours- CIY
The Orange Tour- ORANGE
National Youth Workers Converention- Youth Specialties
Generation Z Barna Book-- Buy Here
Passport to Purity
The Purity Code- Dr. Jim Burns
Jim Burns at Homeword
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