Остановите! Вите надо выйти! 😅 На фото я и Витя, но выйти нужно мне. Что творится? Я так эмоционально выгорела за учебный год, что даже в соцсети ничего не хочется выставлять. Почему выгорела? Потому что слишком много чужих эмоций, прикосновений, объятий, слёз, улыбок и информации за год получаю. И я при этом отдаю всю свою энергию взамен. Вам повезло, я уж точно не вампир, а скорее всего донор) А Витя мне в любви 100500 раз объяснялся и его можно понять. Он из дома престарелых и я слушала его бредни про индийскую попсу, хвалила за кофе-рисунок и позволяла себя обнимать. Витя из себя давно вышел, а раньше был очень ученым человеком. Всё временно! #yo_art_most #youthworker #остановитевитенадовыйти #домпрестарелых #бфсовушка #кофеарт #витя #like4like #instalike #instavegan
🧐 What are you looking at? A SWEET MYSTERY PRIZE, that’s what! Tomorrow we kick off 10 DAYS OF GIVEAWAYS in our Facebook groups! This is the first prize we’re giving away—any guesses? 😍 Every weekday for the next 2 weeks, we’re giving away 1) FREE RESOURCES to everyone in all of our groups—a new resource each day, and 2) SWEET PRIZES so glorious you won’t even believe it—one winner per group, each day! If you want to snag some free stuff over the next two weeks, make sure you’re a member of our Facebook groups! We’ve got one for kids ministry and one for youth ministry, so choose wisely. 😎
To find our groups, head to Facebook and search for “Stuff You Can Use”—you’ll find us!
Have you checked out our latest blog post on the third fruit of the Spirit - PEACE? Head over to our website to read what April has to say about it. 🔗 in the profile 💛
Build Up is hiring! We're recruiting for a Youth Worker to join us this summer and sessional Youth Construction staff to support projects throughout the year. Deadline 20th July. Full details at www.buildup.org.uk/joinus #youthworker #youthwork #jobs #youngpeople
2 of the past 3 weeks I've been away from home (at Bible Camp and a Student Leadership Conference), and while it's been rewarding to be doing ministry like that, it's also been really draining, and I was in need of being filled up. Thank goodness Lifest was this weekend. Starting with a brunch for youth leaders (with Aaron Kampman!), today was exactly what I needed. I connect to God best through worship, and now my tank is full and I'm ready to get back in the ring. 2 weeks til Boston!
Bring your skateboard and your best slang, we’ll have a skatepark available all weekend! On top of the ramps and various fractions of pipes, @gremlynmusic
will be spinning throughout the weekend, making it an unreal experience!
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I CANT BELIEVE IT ...
When I Arrived @ #PlymouthRespectFestival
& I was Chosen as a Local Hero - I had to Lead the Parade #Humbled
& My little ones were so #Excited
Thank you Plymouth for Choosing Me 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 .... WHOW WHAT AN HONOUR 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
Today’s Respect Festival asked 7 schools to Choose “A Local Hero That Raises up & Inspires others, to aim higher and combat adversity.... & 4 out of 7 Schools Chose Me 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 #ivebeenrespected #Respect20
We are delighted to inform you that you were chosen as A Local Hero ....”
Peace & ❤️
We want to hear👂 and share your YS STORY!!! -When was the first time you came to a national youth workers?
-Who was the speaker that made a big impact on you?
-what was something funny or crazy that happened either getting there or coming home from there?
Shoot a 30 second to 1 minute video talking about it and text it to our very serious number (909) 274-9028. •
You may be highlighted!!!!
#youthministry #nywc #youthworker
S2T believe in Building relationships that give positive examples of social interaction and conflict resolution. It is imperative to the process of elimination.
I love using philosophy and/or stimuli such as this post, to discuss with young people the ways in which they may allow themselves/others to cause internal and/or external conflict.
It starts with an understanding of other’s style of communication, self control, listening skills, body language and removal of the ego.... If young people respect your position and your style of engagement you will begin to see transformation and not just for the young people, a humble youth worker knows they transform too - we are all each other’s teacher.
when I deliver a workshop and I see a group of young people create and discuss topics that promote empowerment. I am reminded why I continue to push forward with S2T.
It’s very interesting to see those young people whom are not engaging in mainstream education, have a chance to reflect on themselves and what makes them behave in ways, some admittedly don’t like.
S2T also believes in prevention rather than cure, we help young people find ways to recognise their sediment and begin a positive journey to transformation.
If such behaviours are not at least challenged productively, then we will find many adults with emotional instability, building relationships that breed further sediments for others.
When the sediment you are given was NOT what you asked for, don’t allow it to stay for years. It will only become concentrated and potent enough to become your poison ☠️ #s2t #survive2thrive #sediment #recognise #your #poision #remove #it #stir #humble #patience #cleanse #youth #youthwork #youthworker #workshops #stimuli #interestingconversations #experience #growth #socialproject #transformation
*SISTERS* So I posted about this new Hair Mask Oil before Ramadhan and here's my honest review for you guys;
I have purchased and used the Hair Mask Oil since Ramadhan. I notice how non-greasy the oil is once it's on my hair (which is good!) This means I can carry on wearing my hijab and not hurry to wash it off unlike other oils. My hair is generally quite healthy but it feels more revitalised, nourished and soft. The smell is a BIG positive for me as I generally dislike the smell of natural oils (unless its coconut!); It's not over-powering but lovely and sweet. This is perfect for hijabi women as our hair is concealed many hours of the day when we are out at work etc, it needs alot of care; its an oil we can use and not worry about hair being too greasy, infact it soaks into the hair and scalp quickly and nicely. I would recommend all hair types to use - give it a try! And its all natural oils which are good for strengthening hair, eyelashes for night time and to keep scalp soft through out hot and cold days 👍🏽 Prices are available on Sakina Hairstylist's Insta Page; Affordable and reasonable. The oil is good for men, women and children - VERY GOOD FOR FRIZZY HAIR and can be used as a hair moisturiser too - FREE DELIVERY, BASED IN ESSEX LONDON - IDEAL AS GIFTS TOO 🎁
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2 weeks of summer camp down - still 4 weeks to go! Our campers are having a great time in the gorgeous weather, playing in the park, doing arts and crafts and science experiments, visiting museums and the aquarium, and reveling in the joy of summertime. There’s still so much to learn and experience over the coming weeks and there’s still time for you to help send a kid to our summer camp in Regent Park. ➡️Link in bio for more details on how you can contribute to the physical, social, and personal development of a child today. ⬅️
Youth work for me is about process, practice and product.
It takes time to introduce new perspectives, and understanding that promotes diversity and tolerance of others.
For example, It’s fair to say that we are not born racist, children don’t see borders, race, religion, or culture.
Over time they learn these invisible barriers from us! learnt behaviours manifest into their generation, and continue to produce the same cycle.
Its usually due to the unknown, this can terrify the observer.
Youth work aims to brake down those barriers and allow less fear based thinking and more cohesion of individuals/communities. We can coexist together.
Its amazing to see when Yong people display more capability to change then those deemed capable and mature.
These young people are open to other world views and gain experience and respect for themselves and others.
It’s starts with us educating our children on other people, apart from just people like themselves.
As a youth worker you get exposed to their struggle. The expectations on what they should know and when they should know it by is unreal, I don’t believe in a linear way of educating young people, I value different forms of intelligence and language of engagement.
There is more than one way a young person learns what is needed to be taught, individuality proves that.
One of my values as a youth work is to respect young people and start from where they are. It’s important we let our young people know they are good enough as they are, wherever they are.
#survive2thrive #planttheseed #growth #teachthemhowtofish #startswithus #youthwork #youthworker #s2t #empowerment #informal #education #passion #unconditional #voluntary #power #community #children #plan #socialproject #whatdoyouthink
Hello from sunny Darwin! ☀️ Update for you ☝️ We’re here working with Territory Families NT, Bees Creek Primary School and other NT NGOs. Going to be a great couple of weeks!
Oh heeey! It's Friday here and as I usually share blog posts on Fridays I never get around to #fridayintroductions
so here we go..
Hey friend, I'm Hannah. Wife to Charles and mama to 2 sweet boys (swipe ➡️) and some of my faves include board games, reading, bush walks, and hot cups of tea.
Up until the end of last year we were running Youth at our church as volunteers. I started blogging our Youth journey because we couldn't find anything written by volunteers in the trenches.. We needed the encouragement and knew that others would too.
We stepped down after 3 years of leading, and now our ministry focus is behind the scenes in the form of one-on-one discipleship and small groups. Ministry is not just about leading from the front, and in whatever way it is you serve young people in your world, please know that what you do matters.
Now it's your turn.. tell me
1. One of your faves, and
2. What your current ministry looks like!
PEACE is now up on the blog... link in profile 💛
The third instalment in our Fruit of the Spirit series will be up on the blog later today.
Watch this space 🍐🍊🍋🍎🍑 #galatians5 #peace
🇷🇴 Ever tried building a youth centre out of a dilapidated old house? And then open it up to about 50+ kids to run riot in 🤦♀️ I’ve been amazing lucky to have had the opportunity to work and live abroad, involved in life changing work in Romania, rebuilding communities and spreading love and laughter through play 🤸🏼♀️ Throwbacks like this always leave me craving another adventure.... ✈️ 🛳🚀🚞
Hey Grow Curriculum friends! Who’s working through our JESUS series, “The Untouchables,” this month? This series is written by @lukecrwhyte
and it is a good one! Here’s a quick summary . . .
If you’ve been following Jesus for some time, you know it’s often easy to become numb to just how controversial Jesus’ message and ministry actually were while He was on earth. Jesus made enemies of both religious leaders and the government in part because of the way He treated the most “untouchable” members of society. In this series, you’ll help students see and explore the significance of the fact that Jesus ate with the despised, valued the outcasts, restored the sinful, and forgave the unforgivable.
If you’d like to check out Grow, click the link in our profile and enter the code GROW — free samples available!
Want to be a part of our mission to deliver the HOPE of Jesus Christ to at-risk young people in our community? We would love to have you! To learn about our open internship opportunities email our Program Director, Jordan Camp, at jordan@deliver