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Since God has placed my family here I believe we have a responsibility to be supportive of the student ministry, the student ministry team and the leadership of our youth pastor. My support is proven by my action.
When I was a teenager, I lived for the weekend events of our junior high and high school youth group. I attended every possible one. But these days, kids have other ways to connect socially, so youth ministries must adapt.
Having served in student ministry for over 25 years I have learned something about summer balance and time.
When it comes to ministry expectations, what does your youth ministry ask of its members?
Teens and spiritual gifts: Part of discipleship is helping a believer discover and use their spiritual gifts.
Do you love your church? Love should motivate me to be at my best as I serve in the church.
You want to launch new ideas—new ministry, position, event or program.
How can you help lead change in your ministry when people struggle and stress over it?
In the creation of doing so many different ministries or missions in our church that aren’t all connected to our purpose and vision, we end up creating a monster. How?