Joel’s stories on experiential learning and outdoor ministry come from months of time in the wilderness around the world with a variety of participants in a myriad of cultures.
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This is a fantastic video… the style and content of the video might be a great model for some other outdoor ministry organizations to use as you pitch your vision to supporters and participants. Enjoy!
If we really believe that people who participate in our outdoor programs will be radically transformed, then we need to go to extremes to inspire them to sign up and go on our trip. Maybe its time to think about using an outdoor ministry video to promote your program and capture the attention of potential participants who are trapped in our Age of Amusement.
This is a great example of an amateur made outdoor ministry video that does the job of inspiring and informing folks about what Mountain View Backcountry has to offer.
There are two types of Bible Study questions. Ones that invite participation and open dialogue, and others that throw a wet blanket on conversation and leave the leader paralyzed in the discomfort of silence. How do you phrase a question that will invite participation?
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We do not want merely to see beauty, though, God knows, even that is bounty enough….
If you are looking for a little somethin’ somethin’ to spice up your guide gear this year, the Beardo Beanie could be money…