Monthly Archives: June 2009

Learning to ask the right questions

“Leaders do not need answers. Leaders must have the right questions,” so says Lovett Weems. And that is exactly what a group of folks who love the UMC are trying to do…develop the right list of questions. Andrew Conard, a … Continue reading

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Three Months with Twitter

Been almost 3 mos on Twitter. Enjoying the connection w others w similar interests & levity thruout the day. Resisting addiction! 🙂 The paragraph above represents what I will say in the next several paragraph in Twitter-speak. Just shy of … Continue reading

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Young Adults: In Their Own Words

I’m working on several projects right now that have to do with ministry with young adults/college students. Earlier this week I posted this question on Twitter and Facebook: What is 1 thing that the church can DO/BE to reach out … Continue reading

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Resources for Ministry with Young Adults

I have decided to start collecting some online resources for ministry with young adults. If you know of something that should be added to this working list, please feel free to post it in the comments section of this blog. … Continue reading

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My Rule in Life: Stop to Smell the Roses

Each spring/early summer I am greeted with a nice surprise–blooming roses! The previous owner must have liked roses, as they were the only living plants in my yard when I bought the house–2 full sized rose bushes and 3 miniature … Continue reading

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