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660 Mason Ridge Center Drive
Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63141
Ph: 314.590.6200
Fax: 314.590.6201

Sr. High Ministry

 
 
NEW AT thESource . . . In response to disasters like the earthquake in Haiti, LCMS Youth Ministry has developed a special resource filled with practical tools to assist youth workers in creating conversation, facilitating understanding, and providing comfort as youth experience the devastation of tragic events via television, the Internet, and personal experience.For several resources and Bible studies, visit http://www.youthesource.com/for "Why? A Resource Kit for Talking to Students about Disaster and Tragedy." . . . To view the most recently published articles and resources, visit "New This Month" in the Quick Links section of the site. We list all the articles published so far this month, and provide links to archives for the last couple months. And of course, remember to visit thESource blogs. Our bloggers have been working hard to bring you these posts. Be sure to leave a little love and cheer by commenting!
Road to the Gathering, Snark, Crackle, Pop: The Ministry Musings of a Pop Culture Junkie, Youth Ministry Basics, thESource Book Club, Word One Devotions, Real Outreach
 
 
2010 SERVANT EVENTS . . . the list of events for next summer 2010 has gone live on the youth ministry Web site. Check it out at http://www.lcms.org/ca/dcs/SERVevents/locateSEs.asp. . . And check out the Servant Event insert in the December issue of The Lutheran Witness Reporter.
 
YOUNG ADULT MINISTRY . . . If you haven't already, check out the Young Adult Ministry website: http://www.lcmsyoungadultministry.org/. You'll find monthly article blogs written about young adults about their ministry, culture and faith, information about the LEAD LCMS Young Adult Servant Event, young adult ministry and culture book reviews, and twitter feeds on the activity of the Young Adult Ministry Advisory Committee. The goals of the Advisory Committee include enabling congregations to build a culture where young adults are able to fully participate in the life of the church and enabling them to become an integral part of the church community, living out their faith in a global context.

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