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One of the joys of girls ministry is getting to be involved with girls of all ages and stages. And believe me, some weeks, I spend just as much time with girls ministry among the adults as I do among the students. And if I’m being really transparent, I see some of the same issues crop up in my own heart from time to time that look a lot like some of the issues I deal with across the board. Leaders, hear me: We are not inoculated from issues in»
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This post is not something I typically share. I’m not a big heart sharer. It’s just not comfortable for me. But as I have talked with friends over the years, they have told me sometimes these things are not just for me, but God can use them to help others. So it has become a yearly post that I share as a means to call awareness to the importance of a father in the life of a daughter. Mine has been gone 13 years ago today after a battle with»
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Wouldn’t it be great if there was a Connection Algorithm like Sheldon’s that would help you connect a girl to the student ministry or a girls lifegroup? I remember the first day on the job as a girlsminister. Such an algorithm would have been very handy. It was our fall retreat! I was surrounded by cliques of girls and I couldn’t figure out how to get inside of one of those circles. They all seemed to be looking at me—the new girl—and s»
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This weekend at Snowball (our girls retreat) we will be looking at Phil. 4:8-9 and what we should be thinking on.  So often we as girls/women allow the meditations of our hearts to be something other than “whatever is true, noble, praise worthy, excellent” and there are consequences when we begin to let those meditations of our heart rule our mind and our actions.  When we put together the event for our girls, I always recruit the help of a»
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Wouldn’t it be great if there was a Connection Algorithm like Sheldon’s that would help you connect a girl to the student ministry or a girls lifegroup? I remember the first day on the job as a girlsminister. Such an algorithm would have been very handy. It was our fall retreat! I was surrounded by cliques of girls and I couldn’t figure out how to get inside of one of those circles. They all seemed to be looking at me—the new girl—and s»
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This weekend at Snowball (our girls retreat) we will be looking at Phil. 4:8-9 and what we should be thinking on.  So often we as girls/women allow the meditations of our hearts to be something other than “whatever is true, noble, praise worthy, excellent” and there are consequences when we begin to let those meditations of our heart rule our mind and our actions.  When we put together the event for our girls, I always recruit the help of a»
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Wouldn’t it be great if there was a Connection Algorithm like Sheldon’s that would help you connect a girl to the student ministry or a girls lifegroup? I remember the first day on the job as a girlsminister. Such an algorithm would have been very handy. It was our fall retreat! I was surrounded by cliques of girls and I couldn’t figure out how to get inside of one of those circles. They all seemed to be looking at me—the new girl—and s»
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This weekend at Snowball (our girls retreat) we will be looking at Phil. 4:8-9 and what we should be thinking on.  So often we as girls/women allow the meditations of our hearts to be something other than “whatever is true, noble, praise worthy, excellent” and there are consequences when we begin to let those meditations of our heart rule our mind and our actions.  When we put together the event for our girls, I always recruit the help of a»
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Wouldn’t it be great if there was a Connection Algorithm like Sheldon’s that would help you connect a girl to the student ministry or a girls lifegroup? I remember the first day on the job as a girlsminister. Such an algorithm would have been very handy. It was our fall retreat! I was surrounded by cliques of girls and I couldn’t figure out how to get inside of one of those circles. They all seemed to be looking at me—the new girl—and s»
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This weekend at Snowball (our girls retreat) we will be looking at Phil. 4:8-9 and what we should be thinking on.  So often we as girls/women allow the meditations of our hearts to be something other than “whatever is true, noble, praise worthy, excellent” and there are consequences when we begin to let those meditations of our heart rule our mind and our actions.  When we put together the event for our girls, I always recruit the help of a»