Bob Goff sits down with Carey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman to talk about finding new, hope-filled perspectives for the Church, what he’s learned from mediating conflict and how pastors can focus their time and attention on what matters most.
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David Kinnaman sits down with Jennie Allen, president and founder of IF Gathering and author of ‘Get Out Of Your Head’, to discuss digital discipleship, the relationship between suffering and spiritual formation, and the challenges facing ministry to women, Gen Z and parents. Introduction by Carey Nieuwhof and Savannah Kimberlin.Post Views: 1,241
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Dr. Kara Powell (Executive Director of the Fuller Youth Institute) and David Kinnaman discuss the importance of addressing insecurities as a leader, the challenges of social media for Gen Z and why church ministries need to stop giving answers to questions teens aren’t asking.
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1 year agoCarey Nieuwhof and David Kinnaman are joined by Jessica Bealer (Director of Family Ministry Services at Generis) and Kellen Moore (Next Gen Pastor at Our City Church) to share about trends emerging in children’s ministry, especially around topics of mental health, digital discipleship and moving beyond a Sunday-centric ministry model.—For more resources on children’s ministry and more, check out Barna.com/Access!Post Views: 1,533