Guest Blogger: Jenny Spidell, Youth Ministries Intern
The bittersweet side of a call to ministry is having to step away from the place that you call home, because there’s only so much growth you can do in a place that’s known you since you were eight years old.
Guest Blogger: Linda Abel, RN, President of Dementia Friendly Fort Worth
As we are reaching out to train people in businesses, organizations, and institutions as part of the Age-Friendly Dementia-Friendly certification program, and as we work on fundraising and organizational needs, it is easy to lose sight of our mission.
Guest Blogger: Molly Atkins, Middle School Program Coordinator
I am so excited and blessed to be a part of this team, and be able to play into these youngsters’ lives!
Guest Blogger: Jenny Johnson, Youth Ministries Intern
Last summer I had the opportunity to completely take over a Sunday at the Justin. The pre-scheduled theme for the Sunday was “relationship with God,” and I decided to tell the story of my call to ministry.
Guest Blogger: Graham Watson, Youth Ministries Intern
Part of my job as a youth ministry intern involves preparing a place for Jesus. Often it means physically preparing a place by moving tables and chairs, but it also means taking time to make space for Jesus spiritually.