Gen Z In their own Words – Final

In this last episode of Gen Z in their own words students share what they need from their parents as well as where do they find their hope. With a world that feels like chaos, these students challenge us where to find hope.

How Do We Parent This Gen Z Generation? – Ben Kerns

What do our teenagers need from us? Should we allow our students to fail? How much should we do as parents to clear the way of success for our students? What does this generation have that the past generations didn’t have? Parenting teenagers can be a challenge. But parenting through a pandemic, with online school,…

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Gen Z In Their Own Words

The Gen Z generation is quickly becoming the justice generation. These students have the passion and drive to make a difference, and they are not waiting until they are 18 years old to vote. Many are doing things now to make a difference in our world. Climate Change and Blick Lives Matter are two issues…

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Gen Z In Their Own Words

What do students say about the impact of social media on their lives? How do they view the current social justice movements? Where do they see their roll in fighting against injustice? Do they believe that they are the generation that will right the wrongs in our country? In this episode, Gen Z students answer…

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Gen Z In Their Own Words

Episode 01 – Gen Z In Their Own Words – Part 1 We hear a lot about Gen Z, but what do they have to say for themselves? In this podcast, we will hear students from Gen Z as they discuss some of their stresses as well as how they are coping with everything. They…

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00 Hope Givers Podcast – Intro

Desmond Tutu once said, “Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all the darkness.” This is an introductory episode explaining the Be2Live Hope Givers Podcast. We will be having conversations with people about hard situations and difficult issues and where they find hope.  

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Being Aware of the Anxiety in Our Students

“I can finally breathe” “I love not having my cell phone this week.” “It is so great to talk to people face to face instead of through a screen.” “I feel less stress and not anxious about responding to every message.” When students realize how much they are attached to their cell phones and the…

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A Big Dream, A Big Risk, and 10 Years Later

Eleven years ago we began to dream about what could be. We began to ask “what if” questions.  -“What if we were to facilitate service trips to Mexico as our full-time job?”  -“What if we made a safe place for students to feel loved and accepted for who they are?”  -“What would happen if students…

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