About Brooklyn

Brooklyn Undefined {brook-lin} n.

1. Not just a borough of New York City, this Brooklyn is a Christian creative person, she is a wife & mom, writer & speaker whose expertise in youth ministry comes from 16 years working in the trenches of youth ministry 2. Idea sessions, beach retreats, acai bowls, and piles of books are her favorite 3. Dedicated to connecting the vision of the past with the Hope of the future by unleashing the passions of young leaders in the present – a bridge if you must – but not just to Manhattan 4. Her heartbeat is justice advocacy–her hope is to mobilize the church through the passion and influence of teenagers in order to interrupt the cycle of poverty and injustice in the world 5. Known for her down-to-earth style and transparency 6. Thanks God for an opportunity to participate in global youth ministry through the development of emerging leaders and ideas.

Coming soon: www.justicemovement.com

Brooklyn is an excellent presenter. Transparent. Funny. Real. Knows her stuff.

Nashville, TN

Loved how open Brooklyn was when guiding us through the seminar.

Atlanta, GA

Brooklyn has crafted an interesting memoir that will undoubtedly inspire many a young girl.”

New York, NY

Refreshing, passionate, creative, full of energy, dynamic, great tools for ministry.

Nashville, TN

Recent Blog Posts

Sweet Revenge: How to Help Your Kids During A Church Plant

Wow. It's been five years. May 2012- I sat at a church plant conference thinking, "this is such great advice, but I highly doubt we will ever plant a church." Then I wrote a blog post to help me remember what I learned...just in case. Turns out we needed the advice...

Middle School Small Groups #OC17

Today I'll be leading a breakout at a conference for church ministry leaders from all over the world. You can learn more about it here! I LOVE connecting with the youth ministry tribe and always end up gaining just much as I give. Learning is best. And also TEAM...

What are passions? How do you follow them?

Weekly mantra that never becomes reality... "I'm going to give myself enough time and space to tell the stories that I have lived." They are stories about the crazy inside, about love and family, and laughs on the kitchen counter (usually after we've cried first)....

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