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10 Ways to Recover from a Missions Trip (Part 2)

Read Part 1 of this series here. Returning home after a missions trip isn’t always an easy transition. You’ve experienced a new culture, bonded with unique people, and maybe even shared the gospel in another language. You’ve been pushed out of your comfort, and your relationship with God has never been better. But as you drop your luggage on the …

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Youth Ministry: Do I Have What It Takes? Part 2

  Many students who are considering Youth Ministry as a course of study come to the idea because of preconceived notions about what the position is like, or what it should be like. In Part 1 of this series, we looked at the first four of our “Spiritual Qualifications for youth leadership” Remember, we are looking outside of the qualifications …

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Youth Ministry: Do I Have What It Takes?

Article by Dr. Shean Phillips One of the hardest hurdles to clear when many people are thinking about making ministry a career is to determine if you have what it takes. Often, we have either had a great example, and we think “Oh, man I could never be as good as…” or maybe we have had a terrible leader and …

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From Your Neighborhood to the Nations: Understanding How to Extend Our Influence

About the Author: Randy Curtis is a Bible Institute alumni (2006). Following his time as a student he joined the maintenance staff for one year, then was asked to work in Student Life as a Discipleship Coordinator for three years, which was a dream job. After marrying Kylie in 2012, they moved to Michigan for two years before returning to …