(Guest post from the DYM Blog)
In our busy lives, it’s not always easy to make time for God, let alone have time to dream. Between our ministries, families, and fantasy football leagues, we often find ourselves reading less Bible and barely praying. The demands of ministry and life often leave us burning out too soon…
A message I gave at Rockingham Christian Church on January 22, 2017, all about doubt in connection to the Apostle Thomas in John 20.
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 12, I interview Jeremy Zach, who served as a local church youth pastor but has since transitioned into parachurch ministry and works as an “Orange Specialist” for the ReThink Group (XP3 Curriculum).
I don’t really like doing New Year’s Resolutions, but I felt like I should this year, so here they are!
In episode 11 of the Student Ministry Podcast, I interviews Travis Welch, the Next Generations Pastor at Yakima Evangelical Church. Not only does he have some great tips on how to build strong relationships, but he also shares some great ideas on how to build up the next generation of leaders within your student ministry.
This presidential election has made so many people anxious, including Christians. And yet, we are told by Jesus not to be anxious in Matthew 6. So, how do we go into this election and remain worry-free?
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…