We got back from summer camp last night. It was a really good week, up at the Quinta Centre, refreshingly helpful and supportive staff, with lots of young people making real progress in their journey with God. A slight downer was that at the end of the week I managed to dislocate two meta tarsals kicking a chair instead of the ball during a game of crocker and am now on crutches! More stories and pics to follow, but for the minute bring on holiday club.
Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

0 thoughts on “Young adults leaving youth ministry”

  1. I think a big step in the right direction is to include children, teenagers, and young adults in the church community at a significant level. There’s a place for age-oriented groups, but when these groups turn into mini-congregations, it makes it more difficult for teenagers and young adults to move on to another church and find their place in the Body of Christ.

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