Youth Ministry Reflection

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awesome because then I can really have a more personal relationship with a group of students that I can talk to about God and help them through problems that they’re dealing with. The spiritual needs I believe are and were being met throughout the internship with each and every moment, when dealing with the message, life groups, and other spiritual building areas within the youth ministry.
I really enjoy the way that the youth ministry that I was interning for ran each and every service. I don’t have many critiques or suggestions to improve the services but maybe one. The youth ministry is so big, maybe finding a way to split up middle school students and high school students more often. The reason I say this is because I think that each age
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I would say I only have three negative experiences that really stick out to me. The first of would be doing boring and dirty jobs that didn’t make me feel like I was at where I wanted or thought I would be. I would do jobs that nobody saw and felt like I was in a really low spot in the moment. The second experience that stick out to me would be kind of put in my place as an intern and as a student of leadership. I thought and felt like I had power but was told to kind of earn my spot in the ministry so that I can just learn instead of thinking I know because I’m in a position to learn first and lead second. It was hard to hear that but it humbled me in a positive way but was still a very negative experience because it really sat on my heart and mind for a few weeks. The last negative experience that I experienced was just feeling really spiritually and physically tired for about two weeks straight because in those two weeks I was so busy I didn’t feel like I really got a break. As well as being apart of a 13 intern group but being the only intern to be at a campus alone feeling a bit separated from the group which put me down for a little

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