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Robert Neely

Looking back at Wayfarer Camp at the Beach

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Last week, about 400 students and leaders from all over the country gathered with our team at the Crown Reef resort in Myrtle Beach, S.C., for Wayfarer Camp. It was an amazing week as God once again helped students and leaders set aside false names in their lives so that they can live and go on mission as God’s namesakes….

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Looking back at Wayfarer Camp 2012 Week 1

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Last week, students from South Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Ohio, and Louisiana gathered for the land camp version of Wayfarer Camp 2012. It was a great week as we all learned together what it means to be God’s namesake and how God takes away the names others try to give us so that He can give us a new name. We…

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What you need to know before recruiting young people to your leadership team

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By Mike Breen The following is a brief excerpt from Mike’s forthcoming book Multiplying Missional Leaders, which comes out at the beginning of May.  One of the problems about Millennials (or Gen Y, the generation right after Gen X) is that people within the generation have, in general, been over-parented. This is a sociological reality that has been studied to death….

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Why churches don’t have young people

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Our good friend Will Mancini had a wonderful post this week based on questions he often gets from churches about how to reach younger generations. The post begins as Will states a core principle: Generational relevance is always a leadership issue first. Because the gift of leadership naturally develops leaders in its wake, a lack of presence with the next generation…

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There must be more than this

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By Kandi Pfeiffer It was Day 4 of solitude.  I had left my husband, my two children and my city to spend time alone, praying and asking God to show me if there was really MORE to this “Christian life” than what I had experienced to this point. I was raised in Texas by wonderful parents.  We were dysfunctional, like most are…

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