We like to clean up Bible stories when we tell them to children and then we do the same thing to our prayer life when we confess our sin to the Lord.
Discouragement in ministry can keep us from our relationship with God and can causes us to isolate ourselves, but take comfort knowing God embraces you.
Most who enter ministry will not retire from ministry. Pace yourself remembering that ministry is about perseverance more than speed.
A different look at Isaiah 40:31 turns a passive “wait on the Lord” to something very active.
Teenagers and youth ministry can require a lot of time, attention and energy, but our families are our first priority in ministry.
When youth group parents and kids complain and make your life tough, make them a batch of brownies, the non-laxative kind.
We shake Polaroids because we think it helps them develop faster, but it only gives us something to do that feels productive.
Youth ministry can feel overwhelming at times, but let’s remember Paul’s example and be encouraged.
Pride is at the root of all sin. Self-centeredness is the opposite of God-centeredness.
Memorial Day in the USA is where we remember soldiers. Scripture sets up things like communion to help us remember things, too.