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The Free Show

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The latest episode of the Who Are These Guys Podcast is up - this week it's The FREE Show, where we list like 11 helpful resources that are absoultely free that will benefit your youth ministry. Enjoy!


posted by Joshua Griffin @ 9:06 PM |

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At 10/30/2007, Anonymous Ryan Nielsen said...


Just listened to this podcast. GREAT stuff!!!

I must admit, though, that I was really hopeful, and bummed, that Pastor2youth.com wasn't mentioned for free resources. I sure would love to know if there was a specific reason that it wasn't included, or if there is something I could do to make the site worth mentioning. Thanks man.

In His Grips,

At 10/30/2007, Blogger Joshua Griffin said...

Dude, no harm meant in the exclusion - I would suggest we were focusing on some top tier sites/offerings and we had to cut off somewhere. I think a mention under #2 would have been appropriate though?

And while I love (and have used) your site, it would really help if there was a rating system in place so the best resources would float to the top. Right now (or last time I checked, sorry) it seems like a giant repository for resources, and it isn't clear which are good and/or popular. If the community had more of a voice, I think it would validate the resources even more.

Other sites get that same credibility from their reputation, where because yours is more grass-roots, you have to work for it more. Anyhow, that's what I'm thinking. Keep up the good work, bro!


At 10/30/2007, Anonymous Tony said...

Well, I need to modify the show notes, and I will be sure to add you in.

At 10/30/2007, Anonymous Ryan Nielsen said...

Josh and Tony,

Thanks a lot.

Josh, actually for the last 3 years now, I have had a rating system set up on my site that a lot of people do contribute to. On the YM Exchange section of the site, and also the games section, you can rate the resources, leave comments about them, etc.

In addition, when you access them, you can sort the resources according to popularity, rating, date, etc.

So I do have those options available on the website now as well.

Thanks for understanding and the feedback. Thanks also Tony for adding me in to the notes!!!


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