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Adele Gendron

Hailing from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Adele Gendron is a student at the University of Michigan. She is a Communications Studies major and is completing her Minor in Writing. Devoted to Jesus, Adele has a passion for serving others and sharing the Gospel. She has served on Cru at the University of Michigan’s Social Media Team, on her church’s praise band, and at CUAA’s Tool Time. In her spare time, you can find her spending time with friends, reading, or watching movies.

Recent Posts by Adele Gendron

Getting Feedback from Your Church Youth Group

It’s during the spring when things seem to get really busy. With the end of school approaching, spring activities starting, and Easter right around the corner, it can be a fast-paced time. Time in a youth group or at church in general can be just the break youth need. Chances are, your youth will want to give you their ideas for what to do during your time together. Being able to give feedback allows youth to have agency and ownership of the time they spend together while still allowing you to have structure. But how do you get the most helpful feedback from youth?

Spring Break Activities to Deepen Your Family’s Faith

Spring is just around the corner, and with it, spring break! This week can be a restful time and help your family “spring” into the next season.

Developing Volunteers into Leaders

Leadership development works differently for every person and every group. Individually, we all have our preferences and shortcomings. Each group has a different feel, a different ease with one another. So with all these differences, how do we build up leaders?