Joan is the Coordinator of the Family Bible Project and Co-Coordinator for Young Neighbors in Action at the Center for Ministry Development. She holds a Master's degree in Pastoral Ministry from Creighton University and a Certificate in Faith and Justice.

Five Tips for Recruiting Adult Leaders for Mission Trips

Five Tips for Recruiting Adult Leaders for Mission Trips
Many of us have been privileged to see young people on summer mission trips. These trips can be life-changing—challenging the youth to simplify their lifestyles, reach out in service back home on an ongoing basis, and say yes to their baptismal call to make the world a better place. There are many factors that contribute to making a mission trip mo...
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Helping Youth Embrace the Uncommon Good

Helping Youth Embrace the Uncommon Good
One of my favorite writing challenges over the past several years has been partnering with Catholic Relief Services to develop FoodFast, the hunger awareness experience designed to help youth deepen their faith as they actually make a difference for those who don't have enough food. Jane Angha and I, working closely with Ted Miles of CRS, had an am...
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5 Tips for Recruiting Youth for Summer Mission Trips

5 Tips for Recruiting Youth for Summer Mission Trips

Here are some tips for recruiting today's generation of young disciples, who have so many options available to them for spending their summers.

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