Connecting college-aged people to the life of the church.
Andrew Burden talks pranks & pillow fights. Should we promote, prohibit or participate?
What would you share if you had the chance to speak with teens who graduated from your youth ministry?
The phrase “leadership is lonely” is way more than cliché because it's true.
Bullying via social networks or cell phones leads to increased risk of depression, a new study finds.
The survey of teens concluded that 43% of teens text their friends and parents during classroom lectures.
Greg Stier remarks on Mormon youth ministry and what youth leaders can learn from it.
As with any addiction or compulsive behavior, there are warning signs.
Doug Fields shares about one of the critical tasks facing youth workers today.
How many hours do students spend in media each week? The results may surprise you.
Thirty-one percent of Millennials pray by themselves at least once a day.
2010 marks the 20th Anniversary of 'See You at the Pole'.
The four minutes it takes to write a thank-you note could be the most fruitful ones of your week.
A few pointers to help convince your boss that you should attend a youth conference.
Greg Stier: "What might happen if we begin to make our youth ministries evangelism-centric?"
"The weapon we fight with is love, not hatred, living water, not burning fire," says Greg Stier.
Your sermon is not the only message you send to your teens—Josh Griffin explains why.
Find out the four most important things you can do for your kids' parents.
Josh Griffin shares 3 simple guidelines for updating your social networks.
Doug Fields touts the best things about working with a great youth ministry team.