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.
How much time do you spend in the office each day/week compared to time in the community building relationships with others? I’ve been convicted to get out of the office more. Maybe this is something you could do too…
In episode 5, I interview Meg Nelson, the minister of children and youth at United Church of Norwood, MA, and a volunteer with Young Life.
A few weeks ago, I attended the Exponential Conference. Soon after I arrive, I was confronted with a bunch of speakers bombarding me with one central message — we need to multiply!
We are a broken people who come together to make broken churches. Sometimes, that brokenness gets in the way, though, doesn’t it? Here’s a recent revelation God revealed to me about His church!
In the fourth episode of the Student Ministry Podcast, I interview Jake Kircher, who is currently the Next Generations Pastor at Grace Community Church in New Canaan, CT.
We all talk about the staggering number of teenagers that step away from the church after they graduate high school. One of the biggest ways to keep teenagers involved in church is to actually get them involved. So, here are a few areas where teens can serve in your church!
The Student Ministry Podcast episode three is here, where I interview an old friend from college, Kyle Alt.
We’re told to honor the Sabbath, but why do many people in ministry have such a hard time doing it? Here are a few things I’ve learned about guarding your day off.
Facebook is a great tool for ministry and social interaction, but there are a few things I see people struggling with often. Here are a few tips on how to save, subscribe, edit, tag, and share better on Facebook!
In the second episode of the Student Ministry Podcast, I interview Trevor Ile, high school pastor at Central Christian Church in Mt. Vernon, IL.