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We’ve all been there…
You’re busy planning a retreat, with all the wonderful things that come with that, from reminding Gus that body spray is not the same as soap to making sure you actually have transportation when you wake up at 3:00 a.m. 2 days before the event.
Pulling off a camp, retreat, or special event is a lot of work. To make it a little easier, free up a lot of your planning time and relational time “on the ground,” and to build some buzz for your students, you bring in a speaker.
But along with this speaker, there comes fear.
You are not alone.
You’re not the only one who gets anxious when you hire someone to come spend time with your students while you give them the pulpit.
You have enough to be afraid of when “that kid” shows up with a bag filled with nothing but energy shots, you shouldn’t have to worry about the person communicating to your students during your event. So what are the top 5 fears student pastors said come with bringing in a speaker?
More importantly, what are some easy ways to have some peace in the face of those fears?
I’ve put together a *super short* .pdf file I want to give you, for free, that gives you the five biggest fears, some thoughts behind them, and ways to navigate around them. It’s nothing magic, and it may not be anything new to you. But hopefully it WILL be something helpful. At the very least, it’s free. You can download it by just scrolling down and entering your email address.
Why? Because you work too hard to not go into an event with confidence.