"The kitchen table and living room are perhaps the best places for this discussion."
Part 2: How to help your students take a stand for truth in a constantly changing world.
The fall seems to bring tons of opportunities for friendship evangelism and a boost of momentum.
From volunteers to staff, these are the roles that your group must fulfill.
Part 1: What you need to help your kids stand up against.
How can the youth pastor/senior pastor relationship improve?
How to attend to the needs of your staff and volunteers.
Some resources to help you the rest of the way.
How, when and why do you split middle school and high school?
Why it's OK to hope for persuasion when sharing the Gospel.
Are you proudly touting this significant issue in your summer camp?
There’s no magic formula or secret model or huge budget to pull off an effective and great student ministry.
Here is what your students really require from a church community.
Leaders have two seemingly-paradoxical postures they can lead from.
An important message for parents.
If you want to be a better leader, cultivate these habits.
Nine things you need to think about as you write your budget.
Exploring ways that leaders can help teens confront systematic abandonment.
Young teens have a passionate need to be valued and noticed.
You've probably heard these things about student ministry. But guess what? They're not true.