What one leader has learned over the years in ministry.
It’s time we ask for help instead of leaning back, filled with pride, thinking of “those children/student ministry people’s issues.”
Fun games don't have to be shallow time-killers. Here are some ways to be intentional about your game time.
It seems that introverts have the upper hand at reading the crowd and adjusting their delivery accordingly.
One of the elements of a healthy and effective youth ministry is the presence of teenage leaders.
Stay up on teens' lives without being creepy about it.
How to help your students' faith survive—and thrive—in college.
Youth ministry evangelism is a great thing but what if youth ministries widen their reach beyond students to all families in the community?
Why your graduates need to pay attention to what's going to happen as they go off to school.
After considering the pros and cons of an intern program, how do you go about starting one?
How you can help your students accelerate their spiritual growth.
Be intentional about these characteristics of your ministry.
Chuck Bomar: "Asking graduating seniors the following questions can help you become better at what you do."
How one ministry went from awkward hugs to natural affection.
Is your student ministry prepared to meet teenagers who are broken and ready to share their hurts with you?
This time of year, transitions are everywhere. Here are some ways to help your students prepare.
How do we walk the line of Gospel with grace?
Use these 16 words to encourage and thank your volunteers.
Why this daily routine is vital for student ministers.
Complacency is a killer, both in our personal spiritual lives and in the life of our youth ministry.