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The Longer Haul’s Jody Livingston and Chris Trent help you survive and thrive in your Youth Ministry or Student Ministry by giving you practical helps, tips, resources, and how-to’s. Get help through interviews and training to be more effective in your preaching, teaching, leading, partnering with families, building Youth Ministry teams, Youth Ministry events, managing your Youth Ministry and more. Whether you are a veteran, rookie, paid, or volunteer Youth Pastor, Youth Minister or Youth Wo ...
 
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Ryan Wempe - owner of "ChummyVet.com", came up to the "Lakeside Studio" for a chat about what is a Chummy Vet and how connecting with Veterans is a life-defining event. 15% Discount Code: HOVPODCAST Chummy: Friendly, familiar, thick as thieves, matey, buddy... Veterans know all too well how this feels when you're engaged "in the suck", but we only …
 
Dan Hurd joins the show today for an update on his journey to bring Suicide Awareness to the masses. Dan has cycled through 42 states so far and traveled over 16,500 miles during that time. The number of lives that he has impacted can't be counted, truly happy to know he's out there doing great work building awareness and offering some really great…
 
The generation of students we’re all ministering to right now is going through unprecedented times… or are they? More on that in a minute. Ok, let’s acknowledge the elephant in the room. It’s been a while since you’ve heard from us. Like you, Jody and I have been trying to navigate doing youth ministry in COVID and learning new rhythms for how we d…
 
Marine Corps Veteran, Daniel Lee, joins the show today to talk about getting into the deep end of our challenges, finding a greater understanding within it. Dan followed a path to service that many Veterans themselves have put feet to, faced choices and challenges leading up to joining. Dan was an All-American swimmer in high school, from the age o…
 
Michael Armstrong joins the growing ranks of Veteran Co-hosts today and defines yet another Veteran attribute - Never Quitting. With his cousin serving in the Marine Corps, Mike set his sights on following his lead. But his dream of becoming an 0331 - Infantry Machine Gunner was derailed when a diagnosis of childhood asthma was discovered. Mike's l…
 
Dr. Katie Kopp, Ph.D. assumes Co-hosting duties on today’s Saga Episode to discuss her amazing journey to becoming a Clinical Psychologist. Not all Veterans set out in life to serve directly, but some are given auspicious moments that change their life's path, thus changing them forever. Katie is one of those Veterans who found Soldiering to be a c…
 
Nick Martin sits down at the Lakeside Studio for today's episode and we have a stoic conversation about gaining traction from the lessons learned, during not only our service, but in every challenge we face in life. Nick came from humble beginnings, but he was guided by a Mother who worked hard to provide, this early lesson was not lost on him. Exa…
 
Devon Walker made the journey from Amarillo to Lake Texoma to get some much-needed family time, while at it he hosted Veterans for a fish fry and hung out here at the "Lakeside Studios" for an episode on the fishing here at Lake Texoma. Devon co-hosted during Season 2, "Veterans Chat Ep.020 - Traditions", so he knows his way around the podcast. Tha…
 
Devon Walker & Timothy Haley joined the podcast for an in-studio chat today about the fine art of "Noodling" or hand-fishing. Will and Tim served together in Hawaii and deployed together to Iraq. It was great getting to hear the stories that they made over 12 years ago. Tim hails from Oklahoma and Devon from Texas, so the BBQ Rib challenge was thro…
 
Ruben Valdez, from "Veterans Day 2019" episode, assumes Co-hosting duties on today's episode to highlight some of the great Soldiers he served, his military service, and the tough part of transitioning to the 1st Civ Div (Civilian Division). Ruben leaves a warning for all, don't neglect your health. Putting off a visit to the doctor, therapist or c…
 
Will O'Brien joins us today to talk about being an educator during this pandemic and what the focus is going forward. If you listened to Season 1, Veterans Chat Ep.008, "So you want to be a teacher?", then you already know Will's passion for teaching. He talks to us about the plan going forward for the Kansas City area that he teaches in and the ch…
 
If you’ve been around the show you know that the focus of what we do here at the Longer Haul is helping Youth Pastors stay put and experience longevity in ministry. In this episode, we’re tackling a crucial question you have to be able to answer when things get tough. Without considering and resolving the answer to this you’re likely to leave when …
 
Morning Coffee with Will Price at the "Sniper Bar & Grill" this morning. Great weather this morning for an outdoor chat about life. Will was injured in an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Iraq and still carries the painful reminder in his feet. So we talked about how he has developed his life around the care and maintenance of his feet and his …
 
Season 2 Introduction Welcome back, everyone! It's been a bit of time since we have gotten together to enjoy an episode with a wonderful Veteran Co-host. Ryan Wempe (Saga Ep. 027) left me a voicemail, challenging me to start Season 2 and here we are!! Not to worry, folks, the podcast is coming back for a Season 2! A great many things have changed, …
 
I think it is safe to say we’re all tired of doing youth ministry under quarantine… In this episode, Chris had the chance to jump on (yet another) Zoom call with our friends at the Georgia Baptist Mission Board to talk through post quarantine opportunities you need to consider for your youth ministry. It’s packed with some really practical thoughts…
 
WE LOVE OUR LISTENERS!!! Because our listeners LOVE teenagers! Last week we got a bunch of YOU together for a zoom call where we talked about what we’re all going through. It turned out to be a great episode as we heard from listeners from different parts of the country. We talk about a little bit of everything in this episode, but perhaps the reas…
 
A couple of weeks ago Chris got word through social media that his friend, Patrick Thompson, like many, right now had gotten sick. It was super encouraging to hear over the last few days that he has recovered and is doing much better. Patrick and Chris have been friends for over 10 years now from back when he was a youth pastor living in Georgia. P…
 
Travis West assumes co-hosting duties on today's Saga Episode. Travis is a partner in West & Dunn Law in Wisconson that has been helping Veterans through their Veterans Advocacy Program. Travis discusses the in's and out's of the services that his firm provides and goes deeper into the operation of the Veteran Health Administration (VHA) system. Th…
 
Like all of you, it has been a CRAZY couple weeks for us as we’ve adjusted to our current normal of not meeting with teenagers in person. So, we decided to take a moment and share a quick update regarding what we’re doing and what we’ve learned in the last couple of weeks of doing youth ministry in quarantine. We’re praying for you as you lead your…
 
Dan Hurd, "One Pedal At A Time Movement" joined us for the third installment of "Riding with Dan". To catch up where we left off on Veterans Chat Ep.023 listen HERE. Dan has had to "shelter-in-place" in Mobile, AL for the next few weeks or longer, but he is still doing amazing work through his non-profit "OPAAT Movement" and has plans on doing some…
 
Adam Bouchard rode from Florida to Oklahoma and assumed co-hosting duties on the show today to connect with Veterans on many levels. Adam lives the seasonal engineering gig, so spending time driving and visiting friends and family is something he loves to do. As an engineer, Adam works on the nation's steam generating systems. He was working on the…
 
Matt Lunceford & Dave Palmer, hosts @ "It's Debatable" podcast, join this podcast today to share a passion for engaging with people that has formed between these two friends. Having served together as "Baker Boys" from 2-12 Infantry, Lethal Warriors, they bring a very balanced connection that is going to be fun to watch on their podcast. Matt & Dav…
 
Family ministry can mean a lot of different things in the context of ministry. For some, it means that their entire ministry is family-focused and inclusive. For others thinking in a youth ministry context, they think of family ministry as their efforts to minister to the families of the students in their ministry.Regardless of your definition, I t…
 
"Ranger" Tom Flaherty co-hosted for the first time on the podcast today. Tom entered the Army as an Infantryman (11B), dug his bones in 1st Ranger Battalion and after becoming a Warrant Officer, Tom pilots Chinooks. Tom and I crossed paths as Ranger Instructors and we stayed in touch over the years. Tom had a hunting trip planned and was hoping to …
 
Daniel Hurd has spent the last 20 months on two wheels and using his own will powering it at times. Dan is cycling across all of the lower 48 states to raise suicide awareness for not only the Veteran community, but All people who are suffering. I hope everyone enjoys this chat with Dan and finds something in it that can help you gain perspective o…
 
Billy Price joins the show for another chat, this time we moved from one topic to the other for a while. Below you will find the timeline breakdown to help you navigate this hefty episode. Don't be scared of the time, take it in small pieces, at your own pace and enjoy. If you find yourself saying "damn it, I have something I want to talk about!", …
 
Here we go! Episode 100!!! Wha what! Thanks for hanging with us and trusting us with your time.We're celebrating episode 100 with Clay Scroggins, Lead Pastor of Buckhead Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Clay is also the author of How to Lead When You're Not in Charge and a brand new book called, How to Lead in a World of Distraction.In this episode, Cla…
 
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