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.
In the second episode of the Student Ministry Podcast, I interview Trevor Ile, high school pastor at Central Christian Church in Mt. Vernon, IL.
Orange is more than a strategy for family ministry. It’s a philosophy that can change your entire church. Today, during “Orange Blogger Week,” I’d like to give you my top five reasons for your church to go Orange!
In the first episode of the Student Ministry Podcast, I interview one of my good friends, Aaron Stetson. He’s currently the youth pastor of Windham Presbyterian Church in Windham, NH.
We’ve started using these 3 simple questions in our high school ministry, and it’s started to make a difference already!
One of my friends and student ministry team members were talking last night after our middle school youth group about the importance of getting back to the basics. He mentioned how it is important in almost all aspects of life. I recently noticed this when I was preparing a lesson for the middle schoolers. When…
Maybe you’re at a church where you are actually starting the student ministry from scratch, and you don’t know where to begin. Maybe you’re ready to go back to the drawing board in your current youth ministry. Here are two tips I’ve picked up through the years.
We had a great time on our whitewater rafting trip with the RCC high school students and Crab Apple Whitewater Rafting in the Deerfield River!
We live in a world where the slogan, “Bigger is better,” is often true, but is it always the case, especially in ministry settings?
I have been to several conferences over the years. To be honest, some are better than others. The Orange Conference is one of those better ones. Sure, there are great speakers and things to learn, but it is often the unexpected things that make OC so good. Today, I wanted to share five things that I…