In episode 44 of The Student Ministry Podcast, I interview one of my co-workers and fellow pastors, Sean Badeer. Not only does Sean lead the Connections Ministry at my church, but he also serves with an organization called Leadership Pathway. Their goal is to connects young leaders with churches for a residency program that helps them grow in various ways in preparation for a life in full-time vocational ministry. So if you are are a church looking to invest in the next generation of leaders or if you are a young leader looking to get plugged into a ministry, after listening, be sure to get in touch with Sean at Leadership Pathway.

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