The new year is a natural time to implement changes in our ministry that will help it become more focused and effective in 2012.
I’m a big supporter of the return to family-based ministry, but we’re overlooking the most important element of this approach.
I’m learning a lot about youth ministry going from a paid youth pastor to a volunteer youth leader. It’s been a lot of fun!
Kids like to wrestle their dads and think they can actually knock them over, so we probably feel about building our ministry. It’s really God working with us.
What would change if church leaders operated as those who create space for the faithful in the church to facilitate change?
How would you answer this youth worker’s question about student leaders who are running ministry on their own with no adults or input from youth leaders?
It’s important to connect with other youth workers in your community for the sake of pursing a common vision. Here are some ideas.
What is the senior pastor’s role in a youth ministry and how do they best support their youth pastor?
Is it okay for a student leader to graduate from high school and return to youth group to serve as an adult youth leader?