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Who is on this episode:
Katie Edwards Saddleback Message,
Justin and Kurt: After a lesson what are response time options?
Three categories to think about:
- The traditional Response
- An in-service activity
- On your own during the week
Katie Edwards: 5 Things youth workers should know.
Amanda Anderson: All My Friends Have Issues
“You need to be able to relate in a healthy and safe way. We are told that we have to “be real” however not everything is able to be shared. If you can do that then you can lead students to do this well.”
“Fun is something that leads to trust and relationships for middle schoolers and can open doors”
Albert Tate: Albert Tate Podcast Fellowship Monrovia
“Make sure you are pouring your life into those kids and are experiencing community and discipleship. Be satisfied at knowing that the kingdom of God is being expanded because of your labor and investment.”
“Get creative and innovative and when there are opportunities to bless the church and service the senior leadership and affirm and encourage them that they work they are doing is creating spaces for transformation to happen in the lives of these young people”
Meet the HOST!
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Controlled Chaos Podcast: A junior high ministry podcast for youth workers!
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