They're back! The college students are coming back and asking me, "What's up?" This is good because they feel that this church is home, it's a place where they can reconnect, feel loved and encouraged. This is bad because some of them are probably wondering, "Can I come to the high school program?" But then again it's not so bad because they are looking to get connected once again, so how do we do that?
We need to keep sharing & telling new stories of life change in our churches. Your staff and attendees need to SEE & HEAR these stories. Life stories are a vital part of growth in churches ... and they should definitely be told.
I’ve been involved in youth ministry in one form or another since I was in high school. One thing I love about being involved with youth group is the cast of characters that each ministry seems to have.
I have been spending the last couple weeks working on material designed for male youth workers. My actual objective was to: write to male youth workers offering advice on how they can combat lust among young women in their youth ministry.
The starting point of youth ministry networking is subtle but important. Exclusively Evangelical partnerships usually don't run into many problems in this regard--their problems arise more in praxis than foundation. Evangelical youth ministry almost always starts with "reaching" teenagers and so that makes sense as a starting point for meeting as a network.
Hear God’s heart for the poor, oppressed and forgotten. Respond to His call to take action in an extended time of worship. Find out what your church is doing to confront injustice. Get resources and information to help you on your journey to justice.
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Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.