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Bizarro World is a place where everything is backwards, inverted, upside down. It’s a not-quite-right facsimile of what should be. It’s a fallen world distorting God’s created design. How do we flip an upside down world right-side up? Bizarro Long from Upside Down Inc. on Vimeo. January 29-30. Brooklyn, NY. Info here.
A couple of weeks ago, a Brooklyn youth pastor asked several of his student leaders why New York City atheists could launch a massive subway ad blitz with nary a public peep from local churches when, as he mused, “God belongs in my city.” Their response to his dismay was a viral blitz online asking [...]
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All of us in youth ministry aspire to empowering students to actually lead. Rhetorically, it’s why we do what we do. Jesus called it making disciples and put it in his Great Commission speech right before he left his own disciples to run things. History records the advantages as every major social movement has been [...]
If you think that a student led, student leadership conference sounds too good to be true, be amazed on September 12. The planning retreat with the conference’s student organizers last week was unquestionably the professional highlight of my summer. These teens are legit. (Too legit … too legit to quit.) More Info and Register.
PLEASE NOTE that for September, the Coalition will be hosting the same meeting TWICE on the same day. It’s that important! Maximize your Kingdom impact by connecting with other youth ministers for fellowship, prayer, training, and meaningful collaboration — especially at the start of the new school year and the related busyness of our youth [...]
Please see the invitation below for Monday and make every effort to attend. Thanks! ——————– From: Walter Sotelo Date: Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 5:07 PM Subject: Your wisdom requested at The Coalition: Monday, Feb. 9 @ 7 PM Friends and youth ministry colleagues: This is a reminder that the first Coalition meeting of 2009 [...]
Chancellor Klein joined Reverend Al Sharpton this week to discuss efforts to close the racial achievement gap separating black and Hispanic students from their white and Asian peers. â€œWe cannot continue to accept that barely half of the countryâ€™s black and Hispanic students are graduating from high school, or that white children can read at [...]
20/20 Vision for Schools is thrilled that more than 100 churches adopted schools in conjunction with our launch in September and 100 more have expressed interest in adopting. For those who wonder, “What next?” this workshop is for you. Come explore the practical next steps that will take your engagement strategy to the next level, [...]
20/20 Vision for Schools & NYC Leadership Center Launch Event Jeremy Del Rio @ Christian Cultural Center Here’s the session that officially launched 20/20 Vision for Schools during the NYC Leadership Center Launch Event on Saturday, September 20, 2008: “The Power of Promise: Empowering Emerging Leaders.” Download the Joshua Paradox powerpoint to get the full [...]« Previous Entries