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Do you ever wonder if there might be extra resources to help your youth group members grow? Eddie Erwin shares some sage advice.

It is time to start thinking about how you want to prep your youth ministry for summer! Caroline Hare has a checklist for making your plans successful.

Transitioning from Children's Ministry to Youth can be a big deal for the younger members of a church. Mike Rollins has solid suggestions on how to make that shift a little easier.

What exactly is holiness? Betsy Marvin shares that it is a continuous process that extends throughout all seasons.

Are you dreading that New Year's Eve lock-in? Michael LeBlanc shares why the best thing to do might be canceling it.

We have all felt so much turmoil this week, and much of it is due to the American presidential election. Should you broach the subject with your youth? Pierce Drake shares some thoughts.

What do you do when you're just not feeling it? Mike Rollins shares how you lead when your heart isn't necessarily in it.

Tired of struggling through discussion sessions with silent youth? Jeremy Steele shares how to ask better questions.

We need to do more than finding a warm body to fill a position. Scot Hoeksema shares wisdom on different leadership types and how they work together to achieve a purpose.

It's that time again. The leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping. Pierce Drake offers a devotional to help you be prepared for transition in your youth group.

In Wesleyan streams of faith, we hear about prevenient grace all the time. But, what does it mean? Jeremy Steele provides an easy-to-understand explanation of how God gives us light so we can see how to follow Him.

Jesus often used everyday things people could relate to in order to teach kingdom principles. Jeremy Steele shares what The Amazing Race can teach us about salvation.

Fun does not have to be separate from the spiritual. Ryan Pendergraph shares tips for games that will successfully contribute to your students' spiritual lives.

How can you get real, in-depth discussion going during your small group lesson? Jeremy Steele shares how you can get your youth to take a bite out of the text.