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Need a fresh new game to get the wiggles out of your students during youth group time? Caroline Hare shares a can't-miss game called Grog.

Do you wish you could engage your students in Scripture and faith a little more deeply? Andrew Chappell shares why a little heresy can get that conversation started!

Looking for the next game to wow your youth group? Get them engaged with Ryan Pendergraph's suggestion: a plastic wrap prize ball!

Looking for a unique way to introduce your confirmands to their church family? Ryan Pendergraph shares some basic guidelines and ideas to help you get started.

Are you looking for ideas to help your students really understand the message of Lent? Scott Meier has you covered!

We live in a fast-paced, high-stress world. Andrew Chappell shares a retreat that will help you step away and breathe.

Are your youth ready to put dreary winter behind them? Betsy Marvin can help you get them jazzed for spring with your own version of March Madness!

Are you looking for an event that will change the lives of your youth? Bill Culpepper suggests an intergenerational mission trip.

Need some game and lesson material for Christmas? Jeremy Steele shares some no-prep options for seasonal fun.

In our fast-paced culture, it is extremely difficult to live in the present moment and experience the fullness of what is happening in the now. Jeremy Steele shares wisdom about how Advent can help us live in the now this Christmas, and experience everything God has for us this year.

How do you get people to sign up early for trips and events? Caroline Hare shares some helpful tips.

How can we teach our children about poverty and hunger while actively doing something to address the problem? Scott Meier shares three activities that can help instill compassion and understanding in your youth.

Need a fresh game for your youth group to play? Betsy Marvin has you covered with Hunger Games Dodgeball!

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.