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Archive for the ‘Youth Leader Stories’ Category

Weariness and Hope, Smooshed Together

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Emily Robbins Some days are smooshed together. Incredible moments with the mundane. Hospital waiting. . .

I Don’t Love the Famine, But I Love the Famine

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Erin Betlej The first time I ever participated in the 30 Hour Famine I. . .

Who Will Lead Us?

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Shawn Kiger A few weeks ago while I was eating my cereal one morning,. . .

A Reminder from a Minor Inconvenience

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Amanda Leavitt Last night, as one girl burst into youth group she blurted out:. . .

Program Overload

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Anonymous As I sit down to write this blog post, I am taking a. . .

Was I Really Hungry?

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Grant Byrd I remember a long, long time ago traveling to my grandparents’ house. . .

The Importance of Planning Flexibility

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Aaron Wolgamott Summer… the time when every Youth Leader is stretched to their limit. . .

When 30 Hour Famine Activities Miss the Point

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Kevin Alton I was once the volunteer I am about to warn you about.. . .

Power of Presence

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Mark Eades I was reading an article by Jim Burns called “The Power of. . .

Changing the World So We Can Be Changed

BY 30 HOUR FAMINE TEAM

By Teer Hardy My entry into youth ministry and youth missions was not typical of. . .