Ok! Today marks the halfway point of this Cabin in the Woods series. Since last Monday, you’ve been eavesdropping on some of our conversations from the 2013 Middle School Summit – a small annual gathering of Middle School Pastors that’s been in existence for a little over 10 years. This year, Kenny and I got to attend for the first time and it… was… awesome.

Like I mentioned at the start of this series, the beautiful thing about the Middle School Summit is that it wasn’t a conference – it was a conversation. For three days (in a cabin in the woods), we got to talk ministry with some of the most incredible Middle School Pastors we’ve ever met.

We swapped ideas, talked about what’s working, shared what we’re wrestling with, and dreamed about what we’d like to try next. 

We’ve already covered our talks about parent ministry and rites of passage. Today, we’ll keep it going with our conversation about seeing students live “on mission.” 

But first, let me remind you who, exactly, we have participating in this little round-table…