Would you block off some time today to pray for people you know – by name? Would you take the extra step in sending them a message to let them know you are praying for them and thanking God for them? Would you take a minute to overflow the grace and peace of God to those you shepherd? Continue reading Shepherd Your Students By Leveraging Seasons and Rhythms.
The high and lofty one who lives in eternity, the Holy One, says this: “I live in the high and holy place with those whose spirits are contrite and humble. I restore the crushed spirit of the humble and revive the courage of those with repentant hearts.” Isaiah 57:15 Before the kids of Jupiter Florida or Banksy, there was Arthur Stace. From 1932 to 1967 … Continue reading ETERNITY – The Joy of Overflowing with God’s Hope.
I believe each generation must travel along the same path in their engagement with God or estrangement from Him. They are navigating the reality of sin, brokenness, relationships, their own internal wiring and development, and the culture they live in. This is often referred to as the human condition. While each generation will have a unique twist to this journey, I believe there is more in common between the generations than there are distinctions. Continue reading You Have More In Common with Gen Z Than You Think.
In this article your Cadre Missionaries friends (including Mark, Rachel, Dave and Rennie) are going to frame out a plan to keep youth ministry running during this COVID-19 crisis. Our world is scrambling to figure out how to convert their business and lifestyle onto a digital platform. A lifestyle that includes the requirement of this new reality—social distancing, isolation, and sheltering in place. This is … Continue reading Virtual Youth Group 2020
As a custodian, it is never fun to walk into a classroom only to see paper and trash littered everywhere. One classroom had sticky notes all over the floor, on the desks, and in the trash cans. These little pieces of paper with adhesive do not like to be sucked up by a vacuum, so I had to go around and pick up each individual … Continue reading From Sticky-Notes to Friendship