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Welcome to the YiA blog!

17 Jan

Welcome!

While the idea for this blog started nearly a year ago (and there are some old posts around from back then) this is the *official launch* of the Youth in Asia blog. Yay!

It’s an appropriate moment for it. Right now four of us are sitting in an icecream parlour in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Christina is from the USA but lives in Phnom Penh where she is the Director of a city-wide expat youth ministry sponsored by two international churches. Tanya is from Australia, but is a youth worker with an international church in Beijing, China. Hannah is a youth worker from New Zealand, living in Cambodia for a year. Nathaniel is a youth worker from Sydney, Australia, spending his summer break in Cambodia.

The four of us met at Christina’s high school youth camp at Sihanoukville. The conversations that have followed in the ten days since we met line up perfectly with the heart of the Youth in Asia vision. We are youth workers first, with (different) passions for Asia, and we have all been encouraged by our time of connection.

Our hope for this blog is that is fostered just this sort of interaction – the sort of fellowship that builds and encourages, making us more effective and sustainable in our ministries.

So, welcome!

And, of course, we can’t end without a hearty shout out to some AWESOME youth groups! We love you guys :)

Cross Culture (Phnom Penh)
Solar (Phnom Penh)
KirkYouth (Sydney)
SYC Kahu Kura (Christchurch)
Rev (Beijing)
Bongos (Beijing)
ReGen (Beijing)
Crossroads (Beijing)
OneWay (Beijing)

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3 Comments

Posted by on January 17, 2011 in Leading Youth, YiA Vision

 

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3 responses to “Welcome to the YiA blog!

  1. "Shoeless" Joe Jackson

    January 18, 2011 at 9:39 am

    Thanks TC (Tanya) for getting this website up and running. I’m looking forward to seeing what develops from this. It seems that God keeps spreading us youth workers out and placing us in different areas of the world. I’m praying that this is in order for the vision of YiA to grow and for people; youth in particular to truly be reached for him. :-)

     
  2. Sheryl

    January 21, 2011 at 1:49 am

    I’m looking forward to seeing what God is doing with and through you and the kids you’re working with. What an exciting blog!

     
  3. Evelyn Sun

    January 21, 2011 at 5:25 pm

    I am so thankful for all your hearts for Christ and Kids

     

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