Got a group of youth with too much energy and no supplies to play a game? No sweat! Bill Culpepper shares a great game with no prep: Bird's Eye View.
Find out ways that you can help your students develop their prayer life.
Betsy Marvin shares another great game idea.
I’ve been thinking a lot about these two words lately; delegation and empowerment. Should we delegate? Do we empower? Both? Read more from Betsy Marvin of the Youth Ministry Collective.
Summer can be a big time filled with lots of activities for a youth group. Kick off your summer activities with a lock-OUT instead of a lock-IN! Caroline Hare shows us how.
That dreaded moment has come. Someone in your youth group asked you the question. Yes, the question about sex. Quick! What do you do?! Jeremy Steele can help you figure out the best way to respond before this moment happens to you.
Would you ever consider hosting a senior prom dance with your youth ministry? Read more from Jeremy Steele as he shares a surprising way to reach a special group of people.
We enter into college with eager anticipation, but often, we end up drifting a bit off-course. Molly Just offers 5 simple ways we can get ourselves back on track for success as a young adult.
The youth ministry of our churches is vitally important. It brings vibrant life into the congregation and nurtures our growing leaders. But, how can we, as church members, support that ministry? Izzie Zimmerman provides 5 simple ways that church members who are not otherwise involved in the youth program can get involved and show youth pastors how much they care.
Recently, there has been a surge of attention on healthy models of marriage ministries within churches. Singles ministry, however, seems to be left out in this renewed understanding of better ministry models. Keith Turner weighs in on some ideas for a better ministry model for singles.