Trending This Week (Oct 3)

Jacob Eckeberger
October 2nd, 2014

Every Friday we pull our favorite links from across the inter-webs. This week's trending links include some encouraging words for women in ministry, things to know when starting in ministry, prioritizing volunteers, dangerous distractions, and plenty of fuel for your procrastination. 

Blogs From YouthSpecialties.com This Week

This week, we shared a sneak peek at the new movie staring Reese Witherspoon “The Good Lie” – CLICK TO VIEW

25 Txt Msgs You Can Send To Your Students – CLICK TO VIEW

FREE DOWNLOAD from Audrey Assad for all of our youth workers headed out to NYWC – CLICK TO VIEW

Mike Langford shared some great thoughts on the Holy Spirit: “Spiritual Gardening” – CLICK TO VIEW

Blogs From Other Great Youth Workers This Week

Elle Campbell (@ellllllllllle) shared some great encouragement: “Words For Women In Ministry” – CLICK TO VIEW

@justinknowles3) shared a great post on Download Youth Ministry: “5 Things To Know When Starting In Ministry” – CLICK TO VIEW

Derwin Gray (@DerwinLGray) talks about how to Parent Your Child’s Heart, Not His Actions – CLICK TO VIEW

Next Generation Journal (@NxtGenJournal) put together a solid checklist: “Do You Prioritize Volunteers? 3 Questions.” – CLICK TO VIEW

Kevin Mahaffy (@revkevjr) pointed out this great post from Ron Edmondson: “Dangerous Distractions For A Pastor” – CLICK TO VIEW

Hashtags To Follow

This week is the National Youth Workers Convention in Sacramento, CA. Catch up on all the youth ministry wisdom in a convenient 140 characters by following the hashtag #NYWCCLICK TO VIEW

Fun Things To Fuel Your Procrastination

Principal Joins Teen Who Wanted His Cat in His Yearbook Picture for the most amazing photo ever – CLICK TO VIEW

The internet responds to Ohio State Coach body-slam with fantastic images – CLICK TO VIEW

Will Ferrell, Chris Rock, and Kevin Hart Say Goodbye to Derek Jeter – CLICK TO VIEW

Crazy Teeterboard Flips – CLICK TO VIEW

Phillies Fans Make Fun of Craig Kimbrel – CLICK TO VIEW

Jacob Eckeberger

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