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Through the partnership with parents, there are five ways that you as a pastor or a youth worker can partner with parents to help develop a stronger student ministry.
Teri Hamm-Hines saved to Youth Groups
I have the privilege of working alongside many student ministries across the country. This allows me to learn from the best youth pastors on the planet. The great thing is, I get access to observe what the most impactful student ministries are doing.
Stephen Davis saved to Ministry
Student Ministry: here are seven simple ideas youth leaders from across the nation have shared with me that will help improve your youth ministry program: #stumin @fammin #youthministry #Ministry #youthleaders #youth #studentministry
Kimberly Paric saved to Youth Group
One of the most amazing things you'll ever do in youth ministry is empower students to take ownership of the program. After all, it's their ministry (or should be). Having youth ministry student roles helps turn that goal into a reality.
Sandra Wood saved to Sabbath School
Student ministry is one of the greatest callings within the church! But there are some deadly sins of student pastors that must be avoided. #youthmin #stumin #studentministry #youthministry
Becky Evans saved to Overflow
No matter what your title is - youth pastor, student minister, etc. - you are a disciple-maker. That is your calling, your task. And one of the primary things we do as disciple-makers is to facilitate encounters with God. We create environments and interactions where students are brought into proximity with God, with the intent that He transforms them.
Whether you realize it or not, every youth ministry has a culture. Here are 5 tips to help you build a strong culture in your youth group.
"Back in my day we had to walk uphill both ways in the snow." I grew up hearing stories like this from my parents and grandparents all the time, and my eyes seemed to be in a perpetual state of rolling. It's a funny thing, though, how the older I get, the more I crave hearing stories about their past. It almost gives me a way to connect with them in a new way, and I have a new perspective to cherish their wisdom. It's also amazing how the more I deal with younger generations; I find myself…
Young adult ministries are something our parishes desperately need. Here are a few tips to start one at your parish and build interest.
Maria Greico saved to Young Adult Youth Ministry