Building assets in children is not a project or program. It is a journey that should take place during the developmental years (ages 0-20) of all children.
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Clinton Faupel   Sarah Lawrence

Clinton Faupel, Executive Director, and Sarah Lawrence, Volunteer Coordinator,

Connecting with Teens through Social Media

Clinton Faupel:  Clinton has served in youth ministry for 17 years prior to launching web station for teens. Part of Clinton's role as Executive Director allows him the privilege of telling others about partnership opportunities as well as using his ordained, pastoral background to bring ministry components to what RemedyLive does. Whether it's a school assembly, a speaking event, or one of our online programs, Clinton brings a transparent, no holds barred approach to purposeful living.Whether it's local or national, Clinton' s commitment is to share his passion for web ministry and the one-of-a-kind web station that RemedyLive is. To encourage and equip those who work with parents or teens, Clinton hosts a weekly podcast, called "ER" for youth pastors/leaders, the popular webcast, "The Clinic" and the "Back Stage Pass" show on Sunday nights speaking with teens dealing with the issues they are facing every day.

Sarah Lawrence:  Sarah joined Remedy in April of 2011 and serves as the SoulMedic Volunteer Coordinator. In her role, Sarah gets to use her passion for helping teens live their life on purpose by recruiting and training volunteers to mentor teens online. Along with her recruiting and training responsibilities, Sarah is currently working on producing a new webcast program with clinical psychologist Tom Dettmer called "The Dr. Tom Show" which will provide guidance and tools for RemedyLive's volunteers to make an impact on today's teens. Sarah is a graduate of Bethel College and has served in youth ministry for seven years.

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