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Leading Students When Disaster Hits
Leading Students When A Disaster Hits a Community: Lessons Learned From the Louisiana Flood of 2016 On August 12, 2016, a storm with no name flooded south Louisiana. More than 500,000 people (11% of the state’s population) were affected by the flood. Some homes only flooded an inch..
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Training Your Volunteers Well
Out of all of the rich theological debates going on in the American church, one rises to the top as a source of much disagreement and chagrin. “How often do you meet with your volunteers?” Right now your deeply-held convictions are rising within you with..
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Summer Ministry Survival Guide
The Levert Summer Ministry Survival Guide The ministry life is year-around-busy, and summer often puts an already activity-driven lifestyle into full-on beast-mode busy. Below are some of our “do’s” and “don’ts” for surviving the summer ministry schedule. DO work hard and play hard. Work as..
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Why “Chick Night” is My Most Favorite Youth Event of the Year
NOTE: We understand that this article reflects stereotypes of males and females and not all of your students fit these assumptions. We simply made a statement acknowledging it, gave both genders permission to not like some of the planned activities, and moved on. I (Tasha) love..
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Ground Rules for Counseling Students
If it hasn’t happened already, it’ll happen soon enough: the late night phone call from a student or parent dropping a bombshell. “Tim, my dad just beat me up. What should I do?” “Tasha, my mom just left my dad, and I don’t know where I..
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