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Trending This Week (March 27)

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Every week we pull our favorite links from across the inter-webs. This week’s trending links include a look at the app Burnbook, 2015 research on the state of atheism, 5 ways to invest in leaders, and plenty of fuel for your procrastination.

BLOGS FROM YOUTHSPECIALTIES.COM THIS WEEK

Maina Mwaura and Sabrena Klausman shared a 3rd post in the Evangelism Series: “Mimicking The Church Down The Street” – CLICK TO VIEW

Brian Berry looked at the 3 ways he cares for students with depression: “Depression and The Teens You Love” – CLICK TO VIEW

Brian Aaby gave us a different perspective on ministry this Easter: “The Blog Post Senior Pastors Won’t Read” – CLICK TO VIEW

BLOGS FROM OTHER GREAT YOUTH WORKERS THIS WEEK

Adam Mclane breaks down the app Burnbook: “What’s the deal with Burnbook?” – CLICK TO VIEW

David Kinnaman’s research on atheism was featured on CNN Tuesday and the details are worth looking through: “2015 State of Atheism in America” – CLICK TO VIEW

Matt Overton shared a great post on the Sticky Faith blog: “Parent + Mentor Survival Tips for Navigating Prom Invitations” – CLICK TO VIEW

Chris Wesley talks about “5 Ways To Invest In Leaders” – CLICK TO VIEW

Richard Parker reminds us to not forget about the shy kids in our ministries: “Remembering the ‘Behind The Scenes’ Students” – CLICK TO VIEW

FUN THINGS TO FUEL YOUR PROCRASTINATION

Cookie Monster, Life Coach – CLICK TO VIEW

A mashup with Friends and The Avengers – CLICK TO VIEW

Fritz the dog learns to catch – CLICK TO VIEW

Dark Lord Funk – Harry Potter Parody of “Uptown Funk” – CLICK TO VIEW

8 Common Movie Myths Debunked – CLICK TO VIEW


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