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.
We all know we should have a prayer team for our ministry, but even though we value it we don’t prioritize it and make it a reality.
A topic for discussion: Teenagers belong in the church, not in a youth group with a “holding tank” mentality.
Is it okay for a student leader to graduate from high school and return to youth group to serve as an adult youth leader?
We buy prescriptions from experts in hopes that it will cure our problems. Does this correlate to ministry?
Should youth ministry be separated by jr high and sr high or is a different age division better for youth group?
Some youth group kids appear to be very committed to Christ and growing spiritually, but are they actually committed to the youth pastor or to the church?
Typical youth ministry allows the church to place inappropriate expectations on youth leaders and leaves everyone feeling frustrated.
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