Episode 55 of The Student Ministry Podcast brings back Mike Haynes to talk about racial reconciliation. While racism has been a thing for a long time, recent events have increased our awareness of it. So how do we talk about it with our students? And how do we lead and shepherd them well through this?

Mike speaks about his own experiences as an African American but also shares some amazing wisdom on how to guide students through all of this. As a youth worker, you already believe in what God can do through the next generation. Mike guides us in how we can help teenagers tap into their God-given potential to change the world.

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Resources mentioned in this episode:

  • Be the Bridge Youth – Equipping students to be agents of change in their communities: bethebridge.com
  • Website with helpful and practical links to petitions, donation pages, and maps (all made by a high school student): blacklivesmatter.carrd.co  
  • Find out more about GShades and get your free 6 months of curriculum starting July 1, 2020, at gshades.org.

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You can hear more about Mike’s story and GShades on episode 32 of The Student Ministry Podcast.

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