In our fifth installment of women in youth ministry Chad sits down with Becky Gilbert to learn from her years of #YM wisdom and learn that Lockins do affirm youth ministry callings. Lean in as Becky shares the truth of what it means to be called and follow through for the long haul. It is such a needed encouragement.
The founding guys from the super awesome Bible Project stop this episode to talk about Biblical literacy and clarity in communication. Did you know that they were originally part of a skater youth ministry church group? Or that many of the early concepts or test markets for The Bible Project videos started off as whiteboard talks to skaters?
In episode 102 Zac chats with Peter Young pastor to the International Recording Team for the Jesus Film. Hear some of Peter's story, work, and the importance of self-care for people working in the most stressful ministry settings and situations.
In episode 94 Zac interviews author, coach, creative, and youth minister Stephen Ingram about leadership and establishing organic systems in youth ministry that are sustainable enough to outlive a youth pastor. Hear the 20 years worth of wisdom and insight from an author who has lived it and now works to help other student pastors glimpse a new vision of youth ministry leadership.
In this episode of After 9 Zac interviews aussie blogger and youth pastor Jon Coombs. Hear the ministerial honesty from half a world away as one of Melbourne's finest student pastors shares his heart about what it means to serve in youth ministry long term and what the simple gospel has to say about the power of God working in the lives of young people. If you were called to ministry young or have continued to serve for more than a decade, or have a dad as a pastor this one is for you.
In this episode of After 9 Chad interviews Ryan Baker from the amazing youth ministry podcast "When You Gonna Be A Real Pastor?" Ryan shares his wealth of 17 years of youth worker wisdom and reminds us that the best lessons for youth ministry are learned by teaching preschool students and remembering that we are not the hero...