Top Blogs This Year

It has been a big year for the blog

with lots of new people subscribing! Thanks for faithfully following. Here’s a quick video and the three top blogs we posted this year..

Life comes at us really fast. If you are like me, there are great things that I have come across online then I forget where I saw them! Take a look at this 55 second video and see if there is something here that you want to check out again.

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https://www.facebook.com/YouthMinistryUnleashed/videos/680033335509014/

Did you see something that you like? Here are the top ones our readers liked.

Here are three of our top posts this year..

free-books

This one was just a give away and it is still available to you. CLICK HERE to get your free copy now.

promise

Maybe it was the title that caught people’s attention. Most people enjoy being allowed in on a secret. This one was about the tricky situation of confidentiality. How do you deal with parents and teens when a student discloses a secret. If you haven’t downloaded this one skip over here to get a look. PROMISE YOU WON’T TELL

caring-for-teens

Anything to do with transgender students, same sex attracted students, of gay identifying students has been of great interest this year. This one was read by so many because we are all stumbling trying to show care and concern without promoting this choice. Take a look here and some of my developing thoughts on this although I certainly don’t claim to have the final answers.

CARING FOR TRANSGENDER STUDENTS.

What was your favorite blog this year? 

We’d love to hear which was your favorite blog this year.
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Ron Powell

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Ron Powell is the Director of the Youth Ministry Institute at Vanguard College. He has been involved in youth ministry for 30 years. He continues to volunteer, write, teach, and speak to parents, leaders and teens. If you would like to contact him you can email ron.powell@vanguardcollege.com

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