Posts categorized as "Leadership"

2015 SUMMER MISSION TEAM APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE

Looking for something to do this summer? Spend it with a mission team serving God in another part of the world! The applications are now available and are due January 17, 2015. If you’re looking for more information or are wanting to submit your application, please visit centralmissions.org/smt2015.   For some information on the 3…

Thankful for Character Building

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November is the time for counting the blessings we have received as part of our spiritual and national heritage. Here are fifteen ideas you can use to focus on the season, while having fun and completing emblem tasks. Look them over and you are sure to find ideas to make you thankful for character building. CRAFTS Younger…

Dare 2 Share – Youth Leaders!

It’s your turn to be served, strengthended, and inspired. All you have to do is show up! Be Built for Boldness. And get this… IT’S FREE! Lunch and inspiration included! RSVP today! Space is limited so call 1-866-448-0272 or click here to register.   Chicago, IL – Oct. 28 Dave & Buster’s 1155 N Swift Rd Addison,…

2015 Summer Mission Teams

The World Missions Department is pleased to announce the 2015 Summer Teams!  Is this your year to apply?

Hype! Presents the Urban Mission Center & Temple Houses

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Hype! is a feature at the Central Youth Network that aims to spotlight people, programs, initiatives, or Corps who are bearing great fruit for the Kingdom of God. Check out these awesome opportunities from the Midland Division shared by Sara Johnson: Greetings! The Midland Division is working to establish an Urban Mission Center in St….

Chap Clark Interview

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Dr. Chap Clark, pastor, professor, and accomplished author, was our special guest at the 2014 Developing Youth Leaders Seminar. He sat down with the CYN and we asked him some questions submitted via Twitter & Facebook, and explored a few of the ideas he taught on in the main sessions. All of the audio from…

Am I What I Ought to Be?

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This week at my Corps, I was introduced to a song that was new to me from the Red Songbook: #409–Before Thy Face, Dear Lord by Herbert Booth. Perhaps it’s new to you too, or maybe it’s an old familiar refrain, but in either case the words present a wonderful challenge for Spiritual introspection. The…