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Trending This Week (Oct 31)

Jacob Eckeberger
October 30th, 2014

Every Friday we pull our favorite links from across the inter-webs. This week's trending links include some ideas for ministering to changing families, encouragement for parents, a reminder about keeping our commitments, a message for struggling youth ministers, and plenty of fuel for your procrastination. 

Blogs From YouthSpecialties.com This Week

Archie Honrado (@ArchieHonrado) wrote from his perspective on “Contemplative Prayer” – CLICK TO VIEW

Joe Garrison (@JoeGGarrison) shared some practical ways for “Encouraging Students to Know and Share Their Personal Faith Story” – CLICK TO VIEW

Blogs From Other Great Youth Workers This Week

Jason Sansbury (@JasonSansbury) and Sara Palm co-authored a great post on “Ministering to Changing Families” – CLICK TO VIEW

Kami Gilmour (@KamiGilmour) wrote a great forwardable post for the parents of your students: “The Parenting Secret I Learned at a Parent Teacher Conference” – CLICK TO VIEW

Michael Hyatt (@MichaelHyatt) shared a great reminder of why it's important to follow through on your commitments: “Why Keeping Your Commitments is Critical to Your Influence” – CLICK TO VIEW

John Pond over at Rooted Ministry (@rootedministry) wrote this encouraging post: “5 Things to Say to Parents Who Feel Helpless” – CLICK TO VIEW

Andy Blanks (@AndyBlanks) passed along more encouragement if you find yourself struggling right now: “A Brief Message To Youth Ministers Who Are Struggling” – CLICK TO VIEW

Fun Things To Fuel Your Procrastination

Jim Carrey spoofs Matthew McConaughey’s Lincoln car commercial – CLICK TO VIEW

OK Go kills it with another amazing music video – CLICK TO VIEW

The Skit Guys share a very scary laugh – CLICK TO VIEW

Guy Fieri Eating in Slow Motion to “Killing Me Softly” – CLICK TO VIEW

‘Age of Ultron’ Trailer, Celine Dion Edition: “My Ultron Will Go On” – CLICK TO VIEW

Jacob Eckeberger

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in the YS Blog are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or position of YS.

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