Episode 51 of The Student Ministry Podcast features Marty Estes of The Youth Workers Guide to Video Games podcast. Marty is currently the director of children’s and youth ministries at Sand Ridge Baptist Church in Lexington, TN, where he has served since 2012. With over 17 years of professional youth ministry experience, Marty has a wealth of wisdom, especially on how to connect with students. One of those ways is through video games, and he will share some ideas around that and so much more on this episode.  

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