Part 1 in a series by LISM authors giving practical advice and ideas on how to get teenagers to read their bibles.
It’s a very time-consuming process to establish youth leaders with background checks, interviews, references, and more.
Are we developing true disciples and deep youth ministries? Here’s one youth worker’s response to that question.
Does society outsource academics similarly to spiritual formation?
An analysis of the answers you gave to the questions in part 1 and 2 and how it can give you the freedom to change yourself in ministry.
Cameron Mitchell bowed out of the Glee Project because of his convictions. Your perspective of his decision may suggest your spin on youth ministry.
What question do you have that, if answered, would set you free in youth ministry?
What barriers are you facing in youth ministry? What’s holding the youth ministry back that, if you changed it, the ministry would tip toward health?
The new school year is approaching and our youth ministry is getting our plan of action in place to prepare for what’s ahead in youth group.
Teens talk about youth group games they enjoy and games they think are lame and dumb.