Sarah Bragg has worked with students in ministry for more than 15 years and previously worked in full-time ministry for 7 years. Her book titled Body. Beauty. Boys. The Truth About Girls and How We See Ourselves helps young women find their value in the One who matters. She is the Lead Editor for a the Orange Student strategy and curriculum. She has a Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. Sarah and her husband, Scott, and their daughters, Sinclair and Rory, reside in Marietta, Ga.
Leading on a BudgetMonday February 22, 2010 | Sarah Bragg
Sarah Bragg, with reThink, forwarded some articles in Business Week about top companies and how they develop their leaders. I wondered if any of these thoughts would apply in your church or ministry setting? I know when times are economically tough often professional development and volunteer training budgets are cut from the budget completely. But […]Read more
Need time to focus on the important things?Monday November 9, 2009 | Sarah Bragg
When I worked in full-time student ministry, I spent a lot of time in creative meetings planning for the weekend program. After the meeting, with my brain full of ideas and deadlines, I needed a place to organize my thoughts. I settled for a makeshift Excel sheet. I recently discovered a website called Planning Center […]Read more
You being here mattersSaturday October 24, 2009 | Sarah Bragg
I recently read a blog post of a youth pastor and client of XP3. Michael Bayne is the student pastor at Grace Community Church in Clarksville, TN. I really enjoyed his post about why they do small groups, and I wanted to share it with you. We launched our small groups at REMIX (our weekly […]Read more