As youth leaders we know that social media is a powerful tool and can be used for lots of good—and the not so good. In this device-driven culture, students are often tempted to pre-judge the character of a person before having really spent any significant time interacting with that person.
4 Ways To Respond To Unchurched Students
One of my favorite bands is Need To Breathe. The end of one of the chourses for their song “The Outsider’s” goes like this: And through everything we’ve learned We’ve finally come to terms We are the outsiders, Oh we are the outsiders Imagine you’re a teen who has stepped into your youth program for Read More
3 Ways to Get Students Into Church
Can the teenagers in your church tell you what the inside of the sanctuary looks like when there isn’t a dodge ball game going on? Do they know what to do when the offering plate is passed their way? When was the last time your students took communion with the rest of their church family? Read More
Team Building for Mission Trips
Successful mission trips require preparation. Proper preparation builds and unifies teams, roots them in Scripture, equips them for cross-cultural ministry, and focuses them on Christ. Regardless of what type or duration of mission trip your team will be taking, effective mission trip preparation includes team building, Bible study, cross-cultural training, and the creation of a Read More
Ideas & Resources to help you connect with teens at your church