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Sitting home with a fever, about nine thousand Halls Breezers, green tea, and coffee, I decided to see if there were any TED Talks on the main page that caught my attention. For those of you that don’t know, let me take a few sentences to drastically improve your life. TED Talks are lectures on either Technology, Entertainment, or Design (TED) with a very specific time limit and a laser focus on their topic. TED conferences feature a who’s who list on whatever topic the conference was organized to address, and they’re all available free on their website. So…you’re welcome.
I went to their website and the first title I saw was, “The Mysterious Workings of the Adolescent Brain.” So it took me about 3 seconds to click, wait on the page to load, and begin the video. Check it out below…
There are obviously countless implications in student ministry from the content Sarah-Jayne Blakemore presented, but what are some that come to mind for you? I feel like this confirms a lot of things we see every week. Things that make us say, “…so that seemed like a good idea because?” or, “I cannot believe I need to explain why playing dodgeball with the pool balls is not a good idea in the worship center,” or even, “I’m trying to instill a passion or a burden for their friends, and they just don’t get it.” That being said, what do you think sticks out as the biggest application in your ministry in your context?