Mark Oestreicher





Mark Oestreicher



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yesterday, the Level 2 cohort of our Youth Ministry Coaching Program had a special guest join us for a couple hours. Jimmy Abegg is an amazing creative — an amazing guitar player (played in Rich Mullins’ band, and Steve Taylor’s current line-up, and with so many others), a professional photographer, a designer, and an amazing painter (i hope to own an Abegg one day).


with a life given to that so...

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“But a broader—more scriptural—view of worship is about serving the poor, righting injustice, caring for those in need. When teenagers—whether they’re already followers of Jesus or not—experience this kind of worship-in-action, they have an enormous opportunity to have a tangible experience of God in their lives.”
Mark Oestreicher, Youth Ministry 3.0: A Manifesto of Where We've Been, Where We Are and Where We Need to Go



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