Monthly Archives : October 2007

Girl Talk: Listen to Your Sisters

Girl Talk: Listen to Your Sisters

Women in ministry should mentor one another and grow together Continue reading

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Book Review: They Like Jesus But Not the Church

Book Review: They Like Jesus But Not the Church

a book review of They Like Jesus But Not the Church by Dan Kimball Continue reading

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The Stride: The Offseason

The Stride: The Offseason

In this final installment of his 6-part column, veteran Ed Staude discusses ministry life, in the “offseason”. Continue reading

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In the Starting Block

In the Starting Block

DCE Nicole Craig takes a look at her first strides in youth ministry and helps us understand that sometimes, the ultimate Coach wants us running a different road altogether. Continue reading

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The Stride: My First Youth Ministry Injury: Or, the Day I Realized I Was Old

The Stride: My First Youth Ministry Injury: Or, the Day I Realized I Was Old

Turning 35 doesn’t age one out of a job in youth ministry when the focus is on the ministry and not the programs. Discover practical ways to keep the pace through the middle years of ministry. Continue reading

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On Your Mark, Get Set…Now, Where’s the Starting Line?: A Volunteer’s Guidebook to Beginning a Youth Ministry Program

On Your Mark, Get Set…Now, Where’s the Starting Line?: A Volunteer’s Guidebook to Beginning a Youth Ministry Program

Starting a youth ministry is a lot of work. Leading a youth ministry can be similar to running a race in which you have no idea where you are running or why you’re in the race at all. Discover a few tips to keep your stamina strong! Continue reading

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Who Needs a Crystal Ball

Who Needs a Crystal Ball

Recognizing that God’s Word holds more promises about our future than we can ever imagine, we can be free from worry about the details. Continue reading

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