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Best Short Term Mission Trips podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Short Term Mission Trips podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The Living the Dream podcast is where Church staff and volunteers get comfortable and aligned with the reality that God is moving millions of foreign-born internationals into our communities. We focus on this incredible opportunity God is giving us to change the world! We know how this story ends! Rev 7:9-12 shows us a Church filled with EVERY nation, tribe, & tongue gathered together worshipping Jesus. Welcome to Living the Dream podcast where we help The Church be on earth as it is in heaven.
 
Cindy Wang Brandt is a mother and progressive Christian writer who is on a mission to support the journeys of parents interested in Parenting Forward with progressive values. She's an author, blogger, community leader, coach, and live and online education provider for parents who are committed to raising their kids in a faith that isn't hierarchical, controlling and fundamentalist and want to see their children desire mercy and not sacrifice, to grow up walking in the ways of Jesus for peace ...
 
15 Minutes w/ Frank is a podcast for young ministry leaders. Each week Frank spends about 15 minutes (sometimes a little more) talking about what he is learning as a ministry leader entering into a new role, interviews some of his friends who have great insights, and occasionally plays really silly games with friends.
 
Teen Missions is a pioneer of the concept of providing short-term missions trip experience for teens with confidence that as young people see the mission field first-hand they will see the pressing needs of the world. The first team went out in 1971 and since that time over 45,000 North American youth have assisted with a variety of evangelistic and building projects with over 200 established missions in over 110 countries. We exist to launch youth into lifetime missions involvement by train ...
 
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Make sure to go back and listen to part one to hear David's backstory of how he came to North Carolina and his calling into ministry. Green Level Baptist Church is more than 150 years old and in their recent history they've started to reach out to different internationals in their community. Pastor David shares his experience in meeting people from…
 
Shannon Brescher Shea is a mom who writes about parenting, social justice, and sustainability. This week she joins me on the podcast to talk about her new book, Growing Sustainable Together, and how we can guide our children to cultivate kindness, our bodies, our minds, and Earth together as a family. I hope that as we work to move through the curr…
 
COVID-19, Police Brutality, People walking away from Jesus...times are hard. People are struggling. Let’s slow down and care for folks, one person at a time. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https://podcast.downloadyouthministry.com/15-minutes-with-frank/ -http://Instagram.com/fifteenminuteswithfrank -ht…
 
We start by talking about how they are doing in the midst of the global pandemic. We talk about the effects of COVID-19 and what it looks like in our "new normal" with new working situations and kids out of school. "I have definitely have gained a lot of respect for our educators during this time and trying to shepherd the church famil. During this…
 
Today we're talking about how to raise children with healthy sexuality. I've hosted a couple of episodes in the past about sex and parenting. I've also done an episode on breaking free from purity culture. In this episode, we're going to combine those two topics and discuss parenting after purity culture. Joining me to explore this topic is expert,…
 
Pastor Sammy Joo is from Seoul, Korea. He and his wife Debbie have four children. Pastor Sammy holds a Bachelor's in Linguistics and International Law from a university in Korea. He has a master's from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctorate from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Sammy is the teaching pastor at Point Church I…
 
Today, I am sharing some of my own stories and reflections to hold witness to this unique moment in history - the COVID-19 crisis. I wanted to provide five pandemic parenting lessons I've learned so far. As we make our way through this crisis, I am sure there will be more lessons to uncover. I hope this episode inspires you, encourages you, and off…
 
Like everyone else, COVID-19 has been changing the way we do ministry. Frank is back to talk about ministry, innovation, and creativity. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https://podcast.downloadyouthministry.com/15-minutes-with-frank/ -http://Instagram.com/fifteenminuteswithfrank -https://facebook.com/fi…
 
Pastor Tamran and his wife, Annette were born in Pakistan. They led a thriving ministry there until God sent them to the USA to help the church here reach Pakistanis living in the US. He and his wife have two young sons and they live in High Point, North Carolina. He also pastors the Point Church Urdu in Cary, North Carolina. He shares his perspect…
 
A couple of weeks ago, we wrapped up the Parenting Forward conference. Today, I’m going to air some highlights from the conference so that you can experience some of the best parts of the speakers too. It may feel hyperbolic to say the conference changed my life, but in many ways, it did. Not only were the conversations I had with the speakers so i…
 
Both of David's parents are Peruvian. Their family moved to Mexico when his father was 19 and he came to study. He was called into ministry and then went back to Peru. He came to the US at 15 years old. Within a couple of years, his father was leading a church and he went to Campbell University. He wanted to be a doctor but discovered that was not …
 
As the world is going through major growing pains, some days, it seems impossible to extricate the pandemic from the conversation about religion and spirituality. If you are a parent going through a rocky ride when it comes to your faith, or maybe you are watching your parents maneuver a faith crisis of their own, this episode is for you. There is …
 
Peter grew up as a Christian in the country he came from. He understands what it is like to be in the minority when it comes to your beliefs. He understands that many Muslims in the United States share similar feelings to his. Peter shares the realities of being a Christian family in a mostly Muslim community. They felt like second-class citizens. …
 
Calling all kids! Today's episode is just for you. Check this out: usually, I talk to your parents about how to raise you with healthy spirituality. You know how doctors, nurses, and scientists can help you to stay physically healthy (like help you when you have a sore throat or stomach ache)? Well, there's another way of staying healthy too, and t…
 
Pastor Raudel is a directional elder and campus pastor for the Spanish Campus Summit in Espanol located in Durham. Pastor Raudel is married with three kids. He holds degrees from Duke University, Miami Dade College, and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He also loves road course racing. He grew up in Cuba and moved to Peru in November of 1…
 
One of the biggest concerns I see among parents undergoing faith deconstruction is the desire or need to find a meaningful community. This week, Casper ter Kuile joins me to discuss how parents can find community in a post-religious world. Casper is the co-host of the popular podcast, Harry Potter and the Sacred Text. He's also the author of The Po…
 
Pastor Chris is from Apex, North Carolina. He's one of the few people in our area who is actually born and raised in North Carolina. He and his wife Jennifer have been married for 13 years and have 2 biological children: a son and a daughter; and they are involved in a foster-to-adopt journey with a 6-year old boy. Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts in…
 
Throughout the series, Parenting Decentering Whiteness, my special co-host, Leslie Arreola Hillenbrand, and I have been interviewing parenting influencers of color. Parenting spaces are majority white, which is a massive distortion of the actual world in which we live. If we want to raise our children into developing meaningful relationships with t…
 
John and Sarah have been married for nearly 34 years. They have three married children, three grandchildren, and their family also has a foster baby, Caitlin, that they are raising. Both John and Sarah are missionary kids: John in Argentina and Sarah in Kenya. They are growth group leaders and are on the counseling team. They help in leadership tra…
 
This week, we continue with the series, Parenting Decentering Whiteness. We are talking about what it means to raise free people with Akilah Richards. And, returning as my co-host is Leslie Arreola Hillenbrand of Latinx Parenting. Akilah Richards is a writer, unschooling organizer, and host of the Raising Free People podcast. In this episode, she s…
 
130: Soul Care and Pastoring Others w/ James Sabin Frank sits down with James Sabin who is a youth pastor in Morgantown, WV. We talk about soul care during Covid 19 and what pastoring others looks like in this difficult time. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https://podcast.downloadyouthministry.com/15-m…
 
Pastor Jeff has been the pastor of Hilltop Church in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina for a whopping 33 years. He and his wife have 2 adult children. Pastor Jeff holds a Bachelors of Science from Southeastern Free Will Baptist College and a Masters of Ministry from the Seminary of Bob Jones University. He is the chairman of the board of the Free Will …
 
This week we discuss Parenting for Liberation and the work Trina Greene Brown is doing within her organization for the Black community. As we continue the series, Parenting Decentering Whiteness, we explore what it means to be a Black parent and raising a Black child in today's world. Leslie Arreola Hillenbrand, the founder of Latinx Parenting, re-…
 
Immediately after realizing his purpose was to take the gospel back to Ghana, David jumped on a flight during a break at school and got a speaking engagement at his high school where he was kicked out of a student. He prepared his talk on the plane on the way over, but as soon as he started speaking, he felt the Holy Spirit take over. He gave a gos…
 
Frank shares what ministry has been like for him during the COVID19 Pandemic. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https://podcast.downloadyouthministry.com/15-minutes-with-frank/ -http://Instagram.com/fifteenminuteswithfrank -https://facebook.com/fifteenminuteswithfrank Follow Frank! -http://frankgil.me -ht…
 
I am excited to bring you my next series, Parenting Decentering Whiteness. This series features interviews with parenting influencers of color, people challenging authoritarian parenting paradigms while contending with whiteness. Joining me to co-host this special series is Leslie Arreola Hillenbrand, co-founder of Latinx Parenting. If you are a pe…
 
David Opoku is a native of Ghana. He and his beautiful wife have five lovely children. David holds a master's in business administration from UNC-Chapel Hill. He attends Elevation Church, the Morrisville campus. He works at Ecodyst as the marketing and business development manager, he is known for his million-dollar smile and his favorite saying, "…
 
Today we are going to talk about healing attachment wounds and creating safe communities, as we wrap up the series on Parenting After Religious Trauma. As parents with spiritual trauma wounds, how can we participate and be a part of society without continuing to trigger ourselves? That is just one of the questions we'll answer in this episode. To h…
 
In Part 3 of the series, Parenting After Religious Trauma, we debate the use of the term spirituality and discuss why language matters. We also continue our conversation on how we can engage with healthy parenting practices as parents with religious trauma. My co-host, Brian Peck, is co-founder of Religious Trauma Institute and is a licensed clinic…
 
I sit down with Josh Whiting of Bright Coal Creative and talk about art, graphic design, and more in the church. Josh loves art and loves ministry (especially with students). After spending a decade in the advertising industry and 15 years in student ministry, he offers a unique marriage of professionalism and passion. Bright Coal is based out of A…
 
Today as we continue the series Parenting After Religious Trauma, we discuss some of the common parenting struggles we may have after religious trauma. The focus for this entire series is to address the health and well-being of people who suffer from religious trauma, how to heal, and find wholeness. This series teaches parents to be healthier, bre…
 
How do you know if you're a parent who suffers from religious trauma? If your goal is to raise children with healthy spirituality then, first, you have to acknowledge and address your own spiritual wounds and religious trauma. It is one of the biggest challenges to cultivating healthy spirituality for our children. This is why I am excited to be la…
 
For years I struggled with procrastination and said “I just work better under pressure.” But what I was really saying to everyone who worked with me, “I don’t care about your time, so let me put off what you need from me.” This simple principle that Mark Twain either did or did not come up with has helped me over the past few years become much more…
 
Today on the show I share five spiritual triggers and glimmers that are commonly experienced in parenting, specifically when you have a history of spiritual trauma. Most of us know what triggers are—something that activates an unwelcome response. I recently learned of the term glimmers which is the opposite of triggers. A glimmer is an event that a…
 
Frank answers a frequently asked question about how he writes his messages. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https://podcast.downloadyouthministry.com/15-minutes-with-frank/ -http://Instagram.com/fifteenminuteswithfrank -https://facebook.com/fifteenminuteswithfrank Follow Frank! -http://frankgil.me -http…
 
Parenting and progressive faith are not monolithic in any way. There are many different paths of parenting and I am fascinated by the many ways people do it. Author Lyz Lenz and podcast host Amy Sullivan join me to share their views on changing the myth of motherhood, parenting, and progressive faith. Lyz is the author of Belabored: A Vindication o…
 
Frank sits down with Ryan Hurlburt to talk about short-term mission trips. Should we even be doing them, what mistakes are churches making, and a huge tip on raising funds. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https://podcast.downloadyouthministry.com/15-minutes-with-frank/ -http://Instagram.com/fifteenminut…
 
Mark and Lisa Scandrette are the authors of the two books, Free: Spending Your Time and Money on What Matters Most and Belonging and Becoming: Creating a Thriving Family Culture. Through their work and writing, they help parents intentionally approach family life from a place of soulfulness and gratitude. Today we discuss how to talk about money wi…
 
For the past month Frank’s calendar has been filled with 1-on-1 meetings for his launch team. He shares some of the best practical tips he has picked up in these meetings so that you can have productive and meaningful meetings with others. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https://podcast.downloadyouthmin…
 
In this episode Frank talks to Brady Shearer: CEO of Pro Church Tools. Creator of Nucleus. Helping churches navigate the biggest communication shift in 500 years. Brady answers questions about using social media efficiently and effectively in every ministry typoe. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https:/…
 
Today I tackle some of the objections parents may have when we talk about raising kids to be revolutionaries. It all feels like a little much, we want our kids to be healthy and happy and kind, that’s enough, right? Do we really need them to be activists and revolutionaries? Aren’t our kids busy enough with school and extracurriculars? Do we really…
 
In this episode Frank shares how his last official Sunday in student ministry and what the future holds. **Please rate and review the podcast on iTunes!** Follow the podcast online! -https://podcast.downloadyouthministry.com/15-minutes-with-frank/ -http://Instagram.com/fifteenminuteswithfrank -https://facebook.com/fifteenminuteswithfrank Follow Fra…
 
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