Staff Pick – The Youth Worker’s Guide to Creative Bible Study

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Wondering what to read next? With the thousands of books on the WORDsearch site, it can be tough to decide on what book to add to your library. But we’re here to help! Today’s Staff Pick highlights one of our employee’s favorite books. And don’t miss the special discount, plus an excerpt of the commentary on John, at the end of this post just for stopping by!

Big or small, every youth ministry is dependent on parents and volunteers for success. An important skill to develop in volunteers is the ability to share and discuss the Word of God. If you are looking for a resource to help you train volunteers to study the Bible, I recommend The Youth Worker’s Guide to Creative Bible Study.

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Guest Post – Fully Trusting in God

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I have always admired my friends who could skateboard and pull off tricks like ollies, kickflips, and manuals. Unfortunately two things prohibited me from skateboarding: a mother who wouldn’t buy me a skateboard for fear that I would come home with a broken bone sticking out of my arm, and my own fear of getting hurt. When I would ask my friends tips on skating, the first thing they said was that I couldn’t be afraid of falling down and getting hurt. Letting go of fear and trusting in a helmet, knee pads, elbow pad, and wrist guards for protection is key to skateboarding, but very hard to do.

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