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YOUTH LIFE 2021/22

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The Why

Purpose, Goals/Objectives, Measurable & Description


“Youth Life” is now going on Youtube & Facebook!
Three times a month, we will have videos posted on Youtube & Facebook!
This will feel similar to JRAM Kids episodes and JRAM Central Episodes! Each episode is 30mins long in hopes to engage youth in their busy schedules and encourage questions and continue discussion in their local groups.
The last week of every month will be on Zoom designed to sit down and talk about what was learned throughout the month.

Purpose Statement

Welcome to ‘Youth Life’ where we get to learn about the life-giving story of Jesus to live a life of worship!
Goals & Measureables
How are we to accomplish this
Provide a resource to learn and grow
Seeing how the videos will be used as a resource for bible study & youth leaders.
At the end of every month, we’ll incorporate what was learned online when meeting up on Zoom at the end of the month! Discussions will be held with reviews set for them!
Online Engagement that will lead to an in-person engagement.
Taking a look at views and seeing if our community grows! Hopefully, This will eventually lead them towards a small group or a church if they aren’t in JRAM!
Youth Life is also designed for those who doesn’t really have a small group or YYA group to be in. So if gathering them to watch these videos will be a great way to engage with them online then thats a great accomplishment!
We’ll do this in two ways:
Increasing our social media presence and having a social media team to moderate and analyze the growth
2. During the end of the month Zoom meetings, how is the attendance?
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How to Go From Sexual Brokenness to Love, Joy & Trust | Sadie Rob Huff & Jackie Hill Perry
Jackie Hill Perry, best-selling author of "Gay Girl, Good God" and "Holier Than Thou," joins Sadie to share her journey from sexual brokeness, abuse, and same-sex attraction to meeting God, meeting her husband, and falling in love. Jackie drops some serious wisdom about being afraid to pray, the addictiveness of social media, what God's holiness really means, why we choose idols over God, celebrity Christianity, and how she intentionally keeps others from placing her on a pedestal. She also addresses how the church can do better on the topic of homosexuality and engage in honest, kind, and Spirit-led conversations. — Get $5 off right now & SAVE 25% on every order with code WHOAFIVE! — Get your application fee WAIVED when you start your future with Liberty University today! — Find out how to get involved with this awesome ministry! Get More Encouraging Videos Each Week by Subscribing: Visit: Follow: Like: Tweet: Join: ABOUT SADIE ROBERTSON: Sadie Robertson, first introduced to the world as a star of A&E’s Duck Dynasty and ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, recognized she could be a positive voice to those in need of an inspiring presence in their lives. At the age of twenty-two, she’s become one of the most prominent voices of her generation. Sadie’s passion is to speak, to write, and to encourage. She is a sister and friend to more than five million followers on her various social platforms, which she sees as a direct line of communication to her peers. Sadie’s creative and entrepreneurial spirit has helped her become a 'New York Times Best Selling Author', and launch her Live Original brand, which speaks to millions across her various platforms, including YouTube, social media, the Live Original blog, LO Fam Community, the Live Original tour, and her Whoa That’s Good podcast. Additionally, Robertson has long poured her heart into philanthropic efforts. She has loved partnering with Roma Boots, Help One Now, World Vision, and the World Food Program over the last few years. To date, Robertson has been able to be a voice and agent of change in many countries, including Peru, Somalia, Moldova, and the Dominican Republic. Sadie is newly married to the man of her dreams, Christian Huff, and is looking forward to continuing to learn what it means to truly live and celebrate in every moment of life.

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