“Supervision is an underutilized avenue to care for and develop people in ministry." John Evans (Sr. Dir. of Advanced Training) has made a career of creating safe spaces for people to learn how to grieve their losses. In Part I of our conversation, he spoke about being a healthy and congruent person. Today, how to lead others from a place of health and emotional maturity. We're @YoungLifePod.
John Evans (Sr. Dir. of Advanced Training) has made a career of creating safe spaces for people to learn how to grieve their losses. This week, he teaches us how to be congruent (Part I) and to lead others from a place of health and emotional maturity (Part II, coming this Thursday). Conversation topics for today include his perspective on ministry motivation, emotional health, grieving, technology, anxiety, depression, and much more.
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Rites of passage are effective ways to bless young people as they complete formative experiences and move onto the next chapter of their lives. Today, we drop in on one of Young Life’s most revolutionary training programs, Latino Student Staff, to explore how it's is changing lives, sending people, and helping to transform the city of Houston. If your club or area has a rite of passage you’d love to share, hit us up @younglifepod.
Our #songofsummer series features a camp musician(s) breaking down the music and message of their favorite song to play at camp. Today, Kel Taylor and Emma Harvey of Sawyer (@thebandSawyer) share about their song, ‘Easy Now’. Tomorrow, they fly to Malibu to play it.
Are we missing a camp musician who played the songs of your summers past? Tag them and us (@younglifepod)— we’d love to help tell the story!