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SimplyYouthMinistry.com is the umbrella site for YouthMinistry.com. It is powered by a publishing company called Group Publishing. The site features information about training and events as well as other resources and curriculum.
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@SimplyYouthMinistry seems to share the same things the Facebook page does, but has considerably less engagement and fewer followers (3,166).
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The Facebook page is titled “Simply Youth Ministry”, and links directly back to the Group Publishing Family. 33,686 people like this page. The content offers tips in the realm of Youth Ministry, as well as collects donations and gives away…
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@YouthMinistry shares primarily blog posts and content off YouthMinistry.com, but also puts heavy emphasis on advertising apps and giving away “freebies”. The account has 16,128 followers, and has “everywhere” set as its home location.
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YouthMinistry.com’s slogan is “everything in youth ministry starts here”, and I’d say that is a thoroughly accurate introduction. The site features everything from news to blog posts, as well as discussion starters and tips for participating…
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The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese's Youth and Young Adults Ministries (Y2AM) blog, "The Ladder," is a forum for people of the community to write about aspects of life with regard to Orthodoxy. It is considered a youth ministry tool of the Archdiocese…
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The Tumblr account of GOA Youth is a forum for humorous posts regarding traditions and rituals of the Greek Orthodox Faith. The account has not been active since 2014.
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The YouTube page of Be The Bee provides easy access to all of the videos produced for the website. This account has approximately 110,000 views on each video and almost 6,000 subscribers.
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Be The Bee is a website directed at a youth audience that posts videos actively answering questions and explaining aspects of the Orthodox faith in short videos but with great detail. Videos are posted weekly.
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The Instagram account for Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Young Adults has over 600 followers and it is used mainly to post about events and announcements for young adults in the Greek Orthodox community in America.
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