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Introducing our new podcast, Taking Notes with NextGen! In this bi-monthly series, we sit down with someone from the NextGen network to learn more about their background, where they work today, and insights they have from the industries they lead. Whether a founder, a Venture Partner, or a friend of NextGen, we hope to tap into their expertise and share it with you every other Tuesday.
 
The Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast is where you can hear from top leaders in children’s ministry, student ministry and family ministry. You’ll learn the principles and practices they use to lead families with the goal of helping you maximize the potential in your ministry. For more content and notes, head to nickblevins.com.
 
NextGen MilSpouse’s Happy Hour Podcast is the official podcast of NextGenMilSpouse.com. We offer a fresh and modern take on military life for today's Military Spouse. From navigating your career to surviving your next move, NextGen MilSpouse has you covered. Our news and current events are brought to you by our friends at Military.com. Make sure you never miss a show or a story by subscribing to our podcast on iTunes or GooglePlay and by signing up for the NextGen MilSpouse Newsletter at Nex ...
 
Ohio needs a new generation of young political leadership willing to step up to the plate. Every week, our host Morgan Showen will interview a young progressive candidate, activist or officeholder in Ohio to discuss why they got into politics and what they want to change about our state.
 
Healthcare is undergoing a massive transformation. With the introduction of intelligent technologies, healthcare providers can dramatically improve how they deliver their services and interact with their patients. In NextGen Health by Microsoft, learn how emerging technologies like machine learning and AI improve operations and care while ensuring that sensitive data remains secure.
 
Visionairs, inspirerende executives & change leaders van de grootste multinationals tot veelbelovende startups komen in een persoonlijk gesprek aan het woord . - Welke ontwikkelingen en veranderingen houdt ze momenteel bezig? - Wat is hun visie op de toekomst? - Welke ervaring en waardevolle tips geven ze prijs? Al met al elke keer weer een waardevol & persoonlijk gesprek die je zal inspireren en verbazen!
 
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In this episode, we hear from Trisha Peach about the children's ministry principles she has learned and implemented and encouraged in churches worldwide. Trisha also shares her experience in helping relaunch a church plant post-pandemic and how it has grown both in-person and online. Trisha Peach Connect with Tom on Facebook | Instagram. Ministry B…
 
Andrew Platt is a NextGen Venture Partner, and the Co-Founder and CEO of Statt. NextGen is an investor in Statt, which is a tool that automates the gathering and analysis of public policy information. In this episode, Andrew sits down with NextGen Managing Partner Dan Mindus to discuss his time as a state legislator, a congressional staffer and the…
 
Josh is a dad of two and has been on a quest to achieve his goal of producing hip-hop. On February 7, 2019, he was diagnosed with a severe case of sepsis and was given just a 5% chance of survival. His battle has resulted in losing part of his right arm and leg along with all the toes on his left foot.In other words, he is now a double (and a half)…
 
In this episode, Lisa Molite from Community Chrisitan Church joins Jarrod Harris to continue a conversation on kidmin large group and some best practices to consider as you enhance your experience for kids. This is part one of a two-part discussion. Tune in to Episode 231 to listen to part one. Ministry Boost Membership + New Courses Click here to …
 
In this episode, Kenny Conley, Jarrod Harris, Annie Tucker, and Tony Caniglia have a conversation on kidmin large group and some best practices to consider as you enhance your experience for kids. This is part one of a two-part discussion. Tune in to Episode 232 for part two. Ministry Boost Membership + New Courses Click here to check out the amazi…
 
As L.A.’s Watts neighborhood reeled from the 1965 Rebellion against systemic injustice, Black architects and civil rights activists Art Silvers and Robert Kennard designed a place of healing and hope. The Watts Happening Cultural Center opened in 1970 as the home of the Mafundi Institute (“mafundi” is Swahili for artisans or craftspeople), which pr…
 
In this episode, Kenny Conley shares five hacks for how to effectively recruit and retain volunteers through a next-level onboarding process. Within many church ministries, there is always a need for more volunteers, and this episode focuses on how to create momentum for your teams through successful orientations. Ministry Boost Membership + New Co…
 
In recognition of May being Mental Health Awareness Month, this episode features a mental health advocate, Bobby Chase. In 2008, Bobby experienced the unfortunate situation of finding his brother after years of suffering in silence. We will have a general discussion about his experience and the lessons we all can learn from them.There are no perfec…
 
In this episode, we share a conversation with some other ministry leaders from a Ministry Boost zoom call around a different focus for volunteer recruiting. Ministry Boost Membership + New Courses Click here to check out the amazing benefits of membership with Ministry Boost. Episode Extras COURSE HIGHLIGHTS: Volunteer Boost Volunteer Pipeline Volu…
 
Bunker Hill looms large in the collective memory of Los Angeles. Once a tony enclave of Victorian homes, the downtown neighborhood became a vibrant and diverse community before being razed in the urban renewal/removal of the 1950s. Much has been made of the architectural loss. But who were, and what came of, the thousands and thousands of people di…
 
In this episode, Tom Bump gives some helpful tips for restoring ourselves as leaders, focusing on self-care as an important daily routine. Tom also shares about his ministry which seeks to restore leader's hearts, souls, and minds through retreats, connection groups and more. Tom Bump Connect with Tom on Instagram | Website. Ministry Boost Membersh…
 
Matt Herrington: Matt is a dad of four and has been married to his wife, Allyson, since 2009. He is also a 4x wrestling National Champion, 2x New York State Champion, All-American (University of Pennsylvania), and current business owner. We discuss how the lessons from his family and wrestling apply to his journey as a dad.Be sure to find NextGenMo…
 
Alumna Sara Delgadillo grew up in the working class ethnic enclave of Pacoima in the San Fernando Valley. The heart of the community, the Van Nuys Boulevard commercial corridor, is home to several legacy businesses that serve as centers of community and cultural continuity. In this episode, journey with us to this corner of Los Angeles and see it t…
 
In this episode, Keith Ferrin shares his passion for helping the next generation engage with the Bible consistently and passionately. Keith uses a plethora of methods to encourage and inspire families to enjoy reading the Bible and understanding who God is and who they are in Christ. Keith Ferrin Connect with Keith on Instagram | Facebook | Website…
 
James Sabin gives some encouragement on how student ministry has thrived in the midst of a pandemic. James also gives some feedback from the implementation of some strategies around new family/student retention. James Sabin Connect with James on Instagram. Ministry Boost Membership + New Courses Click here to check out the amazing benefits of membe…
 
The allure of abundant work and fertile soil drew many to California, and in particular, the rich rural areas of the state. Punjabi workers came in small numbers to Yuba City in the early 1900s, but after Indian independence in 1947 when Punjab was split in two, that trickle became a steady stream. Now this rural area known for its peach orchards i…
 
Crystal Mazzuca participated in the Volunteer Boost Challenge through Ministry Boost, and in this episode, she shares some of her key takeaways from this course. Crystal was able to implement some simple changes, recruited, and increased her kid's ministry volunteer team by 25% in around six weeks. Crystal Mazzuca Connect with Amber on Instagram | …
 
Ben Doherty is the Co-Founder and CEO of Sunroom Rentals, which helps renters lease apartments without brokers and assist real estate owners and investors to better manage leasing their properties. NextGen Venture Partners is a recent investor in the company. Ben sits down with NextGen Managing Partner Dan Mindus to discuss his journey from startin…
 
In this episode, Amber Baker shares her experience leading through the various changes in kidmin after the pandemic and the leadership shifts in her ministry team. Shifting to a new leadership model within family ministry produces some challenges, and Amber gives some practical tips for navigating some of those transitions. Amber Baker Connect with…
 
In mid-century Los Angeles, public housing was designed to house the many workers flooding to the city seeking jobs in the booming industrial economy. Taking advantage of the climate, the various developments used the popular garden apartment model and employed some of the area’s most prominent architects. A lack of maintenance and serial disinvest…
 
In this episode, John Huber from Westside Family Church talks about the frustrations associated with people leaving the church as well as how he has developed his staff in this ministry season. John also gives some practical encouragement and steps for growing relationally within your ministry teams. John Huber Connect with John on Instagram | Face…
 
In this episode, we highlight 7 ideas shared by Jim Wideman during a webinar hosted by Ministry Boost, 21 Big ideas for finding and leading volunteers. Jim reveals some key foundational tools to bring volunteers into your teams with simplicity and excitement. Jim Wideman Connect with Jim on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram JimWideman.com Ministry Boo…
 
The decade-long civil war in Syria has decimated the country’s infrastructure, killed more than 400,000 Syrians, and created the world’s largest displaced population of around 13 million. Heritage sites play a big role in war as targets of destruction, and they're typically an early focus of rebuilding efforts. With an optimistic take on a devastat…
 
In this episode, we highlight 7 ideas shared by Christine Kreisher during a webinar hosted by Ministry Boost, 21 Big ideas for finding and leading volunteers. Christine gives practical ways to not only recruit but to retain volunteers that will find value in serving on your teams. Christine Kreisher Connect with Christine on Instagram | Facebook | …
 
What comes to mind when you think of Compton? If it’s gangs and rap, think again. This small city is one of the oldest in L.A. County, with a history of agriculture, self-reliance, and resilience. It has a farm, a space-age civic center, the tennis court where Venus and Serena learned to play, and more (including, yes, cowboys). Compton’s history m…
 
In the latest episode of Taking Notes with NextGen, host and Managing Partner Dan Mindus is joined by sisters Itziar Diez-Canedo and Maite Diez-Canedo who are the co-founders of Via.work. NextGen is a recent investor. Via helps remove the risk and complexity for employers setting up satellite offices abroad. Itziar and Maite share more about both t…
 
In this episode, Chris Sasser talks about how his staff re-imagined the way volunteers serve and built teams around what families were in need of in their church. The three buckets he explains help to narrow the focus of how to effectively reach families in the midst of the pandemic. This audio is from the Volunteer Bootcamp online event that was h…
 
In this episode, we feature James Griffith, whom is a proud dad to his daughter. Spending a life in hospitality, and current Supervisor of White Creek, NY, James shares the lessons he has learned from serving others and how they apply to his relationship with his daughter. He also shares the things that he has taken away from running for office and…
 
How did a 1960s master-planned suburb use its century-old rancho heritage to form a new vernacular? The story of Mission Viejo spans so many issues--the founding families of modern Southern California, the transformation of our built environment, historical romanticism and cultural appropriation, the overlooked heritage of Orange County, and the ne…
 
In this episode, Andrae Jones shares how reactivating volunteers is important in the midst of COVID-19, empowering them to lead in new ways. He also gives some helpful tips on reaching volunteers where they are and fighting for their hearts. This audio is from the Volunteer Bootcamp online event that was hosted by Ministry Boost. Andrae Jones Conne…
 
In 1974, Brenda Weathers came across a century-old home in Pico-Union, an early Los Angeles neighborhood that had seen better days. She decided to use the rundown residence to help people like her: lesbians with alcoholism. Ever since, the Alcoholism Center for Women has served as a treatment center for women in recovery--most of them lesbian; many…
 
Join Taking Notes with NextGen host, and NextGen Managing Partner, Dan Mindus and Joy Bhosai for a conversation about Joy’s company, Pluto Health (smart health assistant). NextGen is a recent investor. Pluto has built a mobile app that seeks to help patients with tasks such as storing health records, paying healthcare bills, tracking medications an…
 
In this episode, Gina McClain gives some practical tips on how ministry leaders can and should lead volunteers through challenging times and viewing it from the perspective of a shepherd. This audio is from the Volunteer Bootcamp online event that was hosted by Ministry Boost. Gina McClain Connect with Gina on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Volunte…
 
In this episode, Kelly Stockdale dives into some hard questions ministry leaders can ask to re-evaluate volunteer foundations being set in place, especially as many churches begin regathering. This audio is from the Volunteer Bootcamp online event that was hosted by Ministry Boost. Kelly Stockdale Connect with Kelly on Facebook | Twitter | Instagra…
 
Pandemics, climate change, natural disasters, inequity, the perils of urbanization: cities worldwide are working to build resilience against these and other existential threats. Resilience planning may include protecting historic places, but it typically overlooks the role of heritage conservation in helping communities prepare for, and recover fro…
 
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