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!
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.
Pokémon GO fever is catching, but what can our churches and ministries do with it? Here are 10 ways to use Pokémon GO in your church and ministry!
In episode 7, I interview Steve Coddington, the youth director at Christian Gospel Church in Worcester, MA.
Pokémon GO has taken the world by storm. Here are a few pros and cons about the game for student/children’s ministers and parents!
In episode 6, Steve interviews Richard Ball, the Youth and Children’s Pastor of First Baptist Church in Calico Rock, AR.
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!