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Planning For Balance

Young adults often have opportunities to be social; they have fewer opportunities to deepen their spiritual lives. (Combining social and spiritual is terrific!) Young adult ministry events should TEACH, PRAY, and SERVE. When scheduling events, it’s important to offer opportunities for all three of these areas, with social opportunities built in or mixed in. The relationships built through social gatherings will often populate the other events…

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About the Author

Nora Bradbury Haehl

Nora Bradbury-Haehl is the author of The Freshman Survival Guidefrom Hachette Book Group. She is a contributing editor at www.bustedhalo.com and a full-time parish youth minister who has worked in parish and diocesan youth and young adult ministry for more than 20 years. She is the author of ScriptureWalk, and ScriptureWalk: Discipleship, and was a writer for Breakthrough! The Bible for Young Catholics all with St. Mary’s Press.

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