Picture this… You’ve gone to a conference, or you’ve read this amazing book, you found a great curriculum, or you heard about this awesome event from another youth pastor, or even from a podcast. And you’re so excited to put it into practice, but then it fails. What happened? More than likely, you didn’t contextualize the idea for your ministry. On this episode, Brooklyn Lindsey joins Steve to talk about adapting ministry ideas for your own context.
Links referenced in this episode:
- Follow Brooklyn on Instagram at @brooklynlindsey
- Check out Brooklyn’s work at stuffyoucanuse.org
- Check out Coy and Brooklyn’s church at somos.church
- Find a network or start one at http://nnym.org
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