Contacting and Connecting

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One of the great aspects of blogging for me has been the conversations and relationships built over these past few years. I really enjoy reading and responding to your comments and learning from each of you.  I love social connectivity, especially when it relates to ministry. So, I would love to connect up with you and share our stories about youth ministry in whatever contexts or situations we find ourselves in.

You can subscribe to this blog in a few ways from the home page.

You can also follow me on Twitter by clicking down below on the right column on the home pageimages-4

and you can find my on facebook by clicking on the my facebook profile picture.

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If you are ever visiting New York City, please stop by to visit.

My church, Round Hill Community Church, www.roundhillcommunitychurch.org is located only 40 minutes from Manhattan easily accessible by train or highway.

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I hope to stay connected with you all and wanted to thank you again for your support, friendship, encouragement, and inspiration as we journey together in faith and formation.

I am also available on a very limited basis for speaking, training, and consulting.

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6 thoughts on “Contacting and Connecting

  1. Hi,
    I am impressed with this confirmation program and would like more information.
    How would I speak, email, or connect with someone to have some questions I have regarding this program? Also, I like to find out if their is a leaders guide and what the cost for the program. Thanks again for your help.
    Stephen
    Pastor
    San Ramon Grace

  2. Dear Dan,

    After reading through your blog we would like to encourage you to check out GodTube.com. We believe the content on this website is relevant to your readers because it is a faith-based site that is safe for the whole family to enjoy. Your blog features various uplifting content geared towards believers that coincides with the purpose of GodTube.com.

    Keeping kids protected from inappropriate content on the Internet can be difficult. One wrong search term and kids can end up seeing something they shouldn’t. For this reason, some of the most popular websites are also the most dangerous. YouTube.com is one of them. Kids love to see their favorite musician singing a hit song or a funny commercial, but just landing on the homepage of YouTube.com can result in the viewing of an unsuitable still shot of a video.

    Recognizing this is true, GodTube.com was created to be a video viewing alternative with family-friendly and Christian content. Site categories include music, comedy, movie, ministry, Spanish, educational, inspirational and cute videos featuring kids and animals.

    As a blogger, we dare you to take the GodTube.com challenge to see exactly what we mean. It’s very simple. We ask that you search for the same term on both GodTube.com and YouTube.com and compare the results. We guarantee that the videos that appear on GodTube.com will be family-friendly.

    Once you’ve taken the challenge, write and publish a blog post sharing about your experience. Then, let us know about the post by sending Lauren Williams at lauren@alarryross.com an email with the subject line “GodTube.com Challenge” and a link to your post, and during the month of May we will place your blog post on the GodTube.com Facebook page, which currently has more than 92,000 “fans.”

    You can search any term you like, but here are a few we suggest:
    • Girls
    • Spring Break
    • Cartoon
    • Twilight
    • Zombie
    • Lady Gaga
    • Lego
    • Britney Spears
    • Hell
    • Marriage

    You can also check out Norton Online Family’s list of kids’ most popular search terms.

    More information about GodTube.com can be found at http://www.alrcnewskitchen.com/godtube/. Also please check out GodTube.com during May for special contests and new content during the “30 Days of GodTube” Campaign. The month long event will feature a virtual scavenger hunt, a flash mob video contest, cash prizes and other promotions. We hope you are up for taking the challenge and look forward to reading about it on your blog.

    Thanks,
    Lauren Williams
    lauren@alarryross.com
    972-267-1111

  3. Have you heard of Children, Youth and a New Kind of Christianity? It’s a groundbreaking conference happenning in Washington, DC May 7-10, 2012. Speakers include Brian McLaren, John Westerhoff, Almeda Wright, Ivy Beckwith, Jim Wallis, Shane Claiborne, Melvin Bray, and others. Check out children-youth.com for more info.

  4. Where did you get that beautiful picture of the Immaculate Heart of Mary with infant Jesus on your blog? ImmaculateHeartofMaryBeMySalvation . I would like to find a high resolution file of it for enlargement.

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