Recent Comments

  • Anil Alexander: wonderful thoughts chris
  • alvanman: Some recent findings: Adolescents think carefully about risks most adults wouldn't even consider (see...
  • ptr frank: These are very helpful for youth leaders to understand better where non-christian parents come from when...
  • David Stanton: Thanks you for the advice. It was very helpful. ————&# 8212;David Stanton...
  • alvanman: Article related to this: “Children, argues Justin L. Barrett, are born receptive to the idea that...

The GYMN Trainers

GYMN speakers and trainers are there to serve you and the needs of those who will attend the seminar. For them to be assured of sanity, you may want to provide the following:

  • Essentials for survival, such as food & housing.
  • Significant information about the place, people, and their needs.  This will help them be better ministers.
  • Any means of communication with their loved ones, such as Internet or telephones (you don’t have to pay for this, just show them the place.)
  • Your active attention during the seminar.  This includes your evaluation after the seminar.
  • Complete names and mailing addresses of the participants. GYMN will keep in touch, and send materials that will help you in your ministry.
  • Their tickets going home.  They’ll surely miss you!.
  • Extra treats.  (Optional.)  Tour around your area, delicacies of your place, and souvenirs that will remind them of you and your hospitality.