Back in April, I had the privilege of interviewing Heidi Swapp about her experience when her son committed suicide. I wrote a post about finding peace in the middle of adversity based on that interview here.
She was so generous … Read more
It’s not unusual to hear from youth leaders who feel like their calling puts a lot of pressure on them. They wonder how they can take care of themselves, their families and be a youth leader. Here are a few … Read more
Have you ever studied all the study materials for a Come, Follow Me lesson and none of them felt right? Maybe you feel like you used those materials the last time you taught that lesson?
First of all, you’re not … Read more
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Not too long ago, I saw a young women leader wishing she had a check list for planning girls camp. I thought … Read more
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I am not a mental health professional or marriage and family therapist. I am simply sharing my own experiences and what … Read more
Keep your young women entertained with a wholesome activity at camp while building unity. Have you ever noticed how much easier it is to get someone to talk while their hands are busy? Or how crafts provide natural opportunities for … Read more
I used to think that crafts were a way to fill time at camp or during an activity that didn’t provide much meaning. I’ve changed my mind about that. I think crafts, when used in the right way, can be … Read more
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I’m sure many of you are on the hunt for Mother’s Day gifts your young women can make for an activity. Here … Read more