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Personal Devotions

Have you ever wondered how in the world God could use you? Angie Dentler shares her experience in ministry.

How do you teach others to live free and care for their souls? Caroline Hare shares about being an example in walking out your faith.

Are you a tired pastor? Ryan Pendergraph shares a devotional made just for you!

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.

Why do you do what you do? Ryan Pendergraph explains that your why is essential.

Chasity Opphile shares 6 ways you can be sure to keep your Sabbath, even in the midst of summer youth activities.

Every time our patience is tested, we have a choice. We can either choose to engage this bucket of fruit the Spirit provides in our lives, or we can kick the bucket over in a rage. Betsy Marvin encourages us to not kick the bucket!

What are you holding onto? What do you need to throw down in order for God to have room to work in your life? Betsy Marvin shares the value of surrendering everything you have to God.

Connection with other believers is vitally important in the lives of Christians. Eddie Erwin shares why your youth group needs bands and why you need one in your life, too.

It is hard to find a person you can trust and share your life with. It is even harder to say goodbye to that person. Paul Sheneman shares wisdom about beginning and ending a mentoring relationship.

We have all been asked some variation of the question, “Is your student ministry a success?” Our response can be more than, We have so much fun! We have so many great relationships.

Challenges are par for the course in a diverse church, figuring out how to form community and follow Jesus together. But mostly, I have found, there is a deep and rich joy that comes from unity in diversity. These challenges are worth it.

It's August, it's strategy time. It's that time of year when we look forward, plan curriculum, events, and trips. What if we took the time to evaluate our why and adjust accordingly before we start ministry this year?

We need to ask ourselves, “What is of critical importance that I should teach these precious youth in the few years I have with them?” There are many possible answers to this question.