Partnering with Event Personalities
Nick Gainey, Student Pastor and Nick Gainey Band • January 12, 2021 • Nathaniel Kuhns
Not sure about what to communicate or expect from a personality you have hired for an event? After you listen to this podcast, we hope that you will have some of those questions answered and you can be more confident going into your next event.
Ministering and Empowering Girls
Jessica Stewart, Family Ministry Associate at The Austin Stone • November 24, 2020 • Nathaniel Kuhns
With a majority of your ministry being made up of girls, it is important to know how to lead them well. Jessica gives some incredible insight on how to come alongside and empower teenage girls doing their time in your ministry.
Leading to Leave a Legacy in Ministry
Dennis Perry, Retired Student Pastor • November 10, 2020 • Nathaniel Kuhns
It is easy for student pastors to get caught in the task list and lose sight of the bigger picture. Rediscover the joy of legacy leadership and being a part of something bigger as I talk with retired student pastor Dennis Perry.
Partnering with Student Ministry Volunteers
Roy Brown and Allen O'Neal, Small Group Leaders • October 27, 2020 • Nathaniel Kuhns
On Today's episode, I sit down with Allen and Roy who have been volunteering in student ministry for a combined 37 years. We will talk about volunteer culture, what volunteers need from student pastors, and everything else in-between.
A School Administrator's Perspective on Student Ministry
Kyle Johnson, Assistant Principal • October 13, 2020 • Nathaniel Kuhns
I got to sit down with Kyle Johnson, who is a youth parent and associate principal, to talk about student culture and trends that he sees inside the school. Student pastors often see the students at their best, but Kyle gives some great insights on what he sees between Sundays.
Nathaniel Kuhns, Host • September 22, 2020 • Nathaniel Kuhns
The M3 Student Ministry Podcast helps student pastors step back and view student ministry from different angles. Each guest will bring a unique perspective that will challenge and strengthen how we view ministry. There will be a balance of application and philosophy that will make us all better ministers.