Episode 77 of The Student Ministry Podcast features a conversation with Marc Therrien of workcampNE. Much of Marc’s growth is connected to faith in action, which is why he now serves as one of workcampNE’s directors. Through environments focused on home repair and the Bible, their team allows you, the youth leaders, to focus on the students, grow in your relationships with them, and encourage their relationships with Christ. If you are looking for a service-based trip for your students, be sure to check out workcampNE. If you cannot make one of their summer camps work, Marc and his team are also available to discuss what serving could look like for your group during another part of the year. 

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