38 episodes

A Podcast for Professional Youth Workers, especially those connected to the Episcopal Church.

Episcopal Youth Ministry in AT‪L‬ Episcopal Youth Ministry in ATL

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    • 4.8 • 22 Ratings

A Podcast for Professional Youth Workers, especially those connected to the Episcopal Church.

    Special Release - Youth in Leadership Pilot

    Special Release - Youth in Leadership Pilot

    Welcome to a very special episode of Episcopal Youth Ministry in ATL. We are excited to share a new project of our diocese that recently premiered on YouTube. We know we have a core audience of this podcast that will greatly appreciate a conversation on...

    • 14 min
    A Conversation on Campus Ministry with Samantha Clare and The Rev. Clayton Harrington at Rooted in Jesus

    A Conversation on Campus Ministry with Samantha Clare and The Rev. Clayton Harrington at Rooted in Jesus

    When the pandemic started, we paused on the episodes we recorded during last year's Rooted in Jesus Conference. With Forma21 in the rearview, we thought it was time to pull these out of the folder and get them to the people. Though some contexts will...

    • 55 min
    A Conversation with The Rev. Dr. Patricia Lyons at Rooted in Jesus

    A Conversation with The Rev. Dr. Patricia Lyons at Rooted in Jesus

    When the pandemic started, we paused on the episodes we recorded during last year's Rooted in Jesus Conference. With Forma21 in the rearview, we thought it was time to pull these out of the folder and get them to the people. Though some contexts will...

    • 49 min
    A Conversation with Canon Myra Garnes at Rooted in Jesus

    A Conversation with Canon Myra Garnes at Rooted in Jesus

    When the pandemic started, we paused on the episodes we recorded during last year's Rooted in Jesus Conference. As we approach Forma 2021, we thought it was time to pull these out of the folder and get them to the people. Though some contexts will have...

    • 37 min
    Checking In with Special Guest Samantha Clare

    Checking In with Special Guest Samantha Clare

    How are we doing however many days into the pandemics we currently face? What brings up feelings of self-worth and not-enoughness? Where do we find hope in God?When this time of isolation started, we all felt it would be a season that would eventually...

    • 32 min
    Mental Health and Young People

    Mental Health and Young People

    Mental Health is an ongoing concern for all people during the pandemic. People are suffering, and it is important that we remember to talk about it. As Youth Workers, it is important to remember we serve young people that are being starved of meaningful...

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

HopeH67 ,

Great Podcast

This has been great to listen to and so helpful in my ministry! Lots of love from East TN!

Youth MiniSTAR ,

Thank you!

This is awesome and so helpful! It's so nice to know that other youth ministers experience some of the same issues and blessings that we do. Keep it up guys, I'm loving this!

William Eubanks ,

Children and Youth Volunteer, St James, Marietta

I really enjoyed your premier podcast. It’s a wonderful idea to use this platform to help grow our Christian call to love and serve our children as members of our parishes; to grow their faith in a loving and trusted environment.

Wallace, I enjoyed your thought on the following:
Children - Go and serve, and let’s find those adults who can use their time and talents to communicate our liturgy’s meaning, or come and check out what I’m doing and are you interested? I agree when you said - Vibrancy is needed! Come with us on our journey, we will come and be on yours – and find a way to connect God with your life in and out of the church community. What talents and experiences can we uncover in adults that they can share with our young people?

Matt, I do have to remember that we need to give kids space to “participate / lead” if they want to - but remember just being here – in church – is really important. Most kids will respond to “You are more than the value of your bricks”. (loved that!)

Ashley, thank you for emphasising that children ARE the church, even the loud ones, the smelly ones. and the “flossers”. Adults have to SHOW children and youth what it means to be a part of the life of the parish. We must articulate to youth how they might integrate into church community.

Let’s not “silo” our children (to use Ms. Ashley’s phrase). Let’s capsize the boat and make our churches vibrant, loving and joyful places for young people.

I have a question – Music is a very powerful influence of our kid’s lives – how can our churches better use music (of all kinds) as an integral part of our nurture and development of our youth and children?

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