Youth Ministry Soulkeeper

Youth Ministry Soulkeeper

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Dedicated to helping youth workers keep their souls well as they navigate the waters of ministering to students and their families. No one enjoys pain, but if we let it, pain can be a teacher. Talking about his own painful experience from ministerial burnout, James shares three things he learned from his pain that helped him heal and led him to greater spiritual wholeness. Learning from our own pain, will help us to better minister to students and their families in their seasons of pain.

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Would love to hear from you with questions and comments at the following email: ymsoulkeeper@gmail.com

Recent Episodes

  • 10: Pain Is A Teacher

    5 days ago
  • 9: Hardship Is A Thruway

    3 weeks ago
  • 8: Answering The Honest Soul Care Questions of Fellow Youth Workers

    2 months ago
  • 7: How to Know If You Are Being Motivated by Love or Fear in Your Ministry

    3 months ago
  • 6: George Floyd, Racism & Moving Forward

    5 months ago
  • 5: Reaching Out or Chasing After

    5 months ago
  • 4: Conversation With A Millennial Burnout (Part 2)

    6 months ago
  • 3: Conversation w/a Millennial Burnout - Part 1

    6 months ago
  • 2: What To Do With Insecurity & False Security In Youth Ministry

    7 months ago
  • 1: My Journey & The Soul Keeper Podcast

    7 months ago