Back in November, we went to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC. Here’s a video from our point-of-view!
In episode 10 of the Student Ministry Podcast, I get the chance to interview Eric Holmstrom and Adrian Pichay from Purpose Church in Pomona, CA. We chat about their student ministry team and their new intergenerational ministry with Spiritual Grandparents!
For those who have followed me and my ministry for a while, you already know that one of the things I love is connecting with other youth workers and ministries. It’s one of the main reasons I started the Student Ministry Podcast earlier this year. I think it all started when I was in youth…
It seems like the world has a negative view of the next generation, but youth workers are called upon to empower these teens. Here’s a bit of encouragement to help you keep going!
I’m Not Ashamed tells the story of Rachel Joy Scott, the first student shot at Columbine High School on April 20, 1999. You should see this movie, but in case you need more convincing, here are a few of my thoughts…
It’s Orange Blogger week, and I want to share with you the theme of the Orange Conference 2017 and give you $90 off your ticket!!
In episode 9 of the Student Ministry Podcast, Steve interviews Ray Hausler, the youth minister at Cincinnati Christian Church in Bloomfield, IN, and cross country coach at his local high school.
I learned a lot at the Orange Tour 2016, but I’ve condensed them down to five big take-aways around the ideas of strategy, priorities, relationships, parents, and service.
This past week, I had the privilege to attend DYM100 with Doug Fields, Josh Griffin, and 99 other youth workers from all over the United States and Canada. And my experience can be summarized in three words — connection, wisdom, and refreshment!
In episode 8 of the Student Ministry Podcast, I interview Geoff Kullman, the the Associate Pastor at Open Door Church in Maple Ridge, British Columbia. Geoff is also the director of Millennial Ministry, an organization that helps churches do a better job of reaching the Millennial generation.
For the unorganized youth minister (or those who just want to get better), here are some tips and tools I have picked up along the way that help me stay organized and avoid one of the youth minister stereotypes.