Dynamic relationships with parents are more valuable than you know.
Three tips for teaching your teens about sex.
Many of the teenagers in our youth ministries struggle to put their faith essentials into words.
Andy Blanks shares three things that are fundamental in helping teens learn to care about their faith.
It's an annoying problem when families can't keep deadlines, but it's a problem we can help to fix, and I'll tell you how.
Chris Wesley shares four tips on how to engage conflict.
What do you do with difficult parents?
When small group leaders push through the difficult task of establishing consistency good things happen.
Doug Franklin offers you some practical ideas to start actually making your vision a reality.
What are you doing to help your volunteers grow into leaders?
Chris Wesley goes over three ways to analyze your ministry.
In order for the church to continue to move, you need to raise givers who will fund the movement.
You embrace the stereotypes and you hate them at the same time.
"It takes more than just saying: Okay, here you go, you are the leader.”
If you want to raise givers, you need to explain why it’s important.
Branding is communicating who you really are (or perhaps more accurately, who you’re striving to be).
We're dealing with the most stressed-out, overscheduled, underslept generation of teenagers in history, and it's starting to show.
Building a healthy youth ministry is like stacking a house of cards—when one card is out of place, the whole thing falls apart.
Disappointment is no fun. But if we learn from it, we can go a long way toward preventing future disappointment.
Teenagers are leaving the church because many churches have left their core mission ... keeping our teenagers focused on Jesus and his mission.