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chad

amazing link to the ymsp sight with great articles. do you think this sort of youth ministry can be implemented with junior high students? i see this working with high school and college aged kids, but junior high students still seem to fit the mold of those needed to be entertained. what do you think?

jonny

i think you'd be better to ask mark yac this question. i'm not sure what ages exactly they have worked with. there's no doubt that this isn't the only thing you would do with young people. they need fun, play, nessing around etc... my own experience is that it depends on the kids a bit - we find a lot of younger kids love the labyrinth for example. my own son used the jesus prayer with a cord each night for some time when he was 10 after we had had someone come and introduce it at grace....

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