Author Archives: Br Lucio Boccacci LC

About Br Lucio Boccacci LC

Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Br. Lucio’s family immigrated to the United States when he was six. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in Chemical Engineering. He finished a fourth year of internship in Chicago for the year 2012-13 working with the RC Missionaries. Visit youth2change.com where he shares ideas on youth ministry.

The 3-Minute Teen Testimony

It’s easy to miss that much of the Apostles’ public preaching was just their own testimony! Read through Acts and you’ll see that Paul must have told and re-told his own testimony of conversion at every town and city he … Continue reading

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Engineering Meets Dodgeball

Br. Lucio Boccacci offers ideas to engage young people in his blog. Below is an edited version of one of his recent installments. I’ve heard of many team competitions: building the tallest marshmallow tower, making a contraption that will safely … Continue reading

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Easier Fundraising

One of the most difficult parts of any missionary work is raising funds for the project, or for participants just to participate. After doing a little research, Br. Lucio Boccacci LC found Internet sites that can help make fundraising easier. … Continue reading

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A New Way to Teach Teens to Pray

What if our retreats and summer camps taught teens how to pray on their own? What if we taught them how to do it, offered them some practical tools for help, and then gave them space to give it a … Continue reading

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Sky Lanterns for your Next Night Activity

Camp and retreat directors know the nighttime sets the stage for really neat group activities. Recently at a Father-Son retreat we organized a “sky lantern launching” activity. “Sky lanterns”, or fly lanterns, et cetera, are little “air balloons” made out … Continue reading

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4D Meditation: Experiencing the Gospel!

More than ten years ago I heard a catchy phrase associated with an Evangelical college campus ministry that still reverberates in my mind, that is: “It is a sin to make the Gospel boring.” And just recently I heard a … Continue reading

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Push Ups for Snacks: A Creative & Formative Way to Snack!

All boys and girls love snacks! Now what if snack could be served in a way that creatively reinforces the theme of redemption and service? Then it’s not just about feeding kids so they don’t run on empty stomachs, but … Continue reading

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