We don’t talk often about the fact that Jesus was crucified naked. But we should.
How to become the best student minister you can be.
"When it comes to kids’ faith, parents get what they are."
Encouraging healthy mentoring relationships between students and adults is crucial in youth ministry. If a ton of students show up at your youth group,...
Delegation is the key to accomplishing more.
Doing youth ministry in a post-Christian world is difficult and lacks the shine of traditional youth ministry.
Many youth leaders and youth pastors have a problem coming up with great topics to preach on when preaching for youth. If you are...
Researchers argue that adolescence should now be defined as the ages 10 to 24. This reclassification could affect how you do youth ministry.
Do you ever feel like a hamster in a wheel?
A new Barna study finds Gen Z is more atheistic and skeptical of absolute truth and faith.
Stop devoting yourself to something that doesn't ultimately matter.
One-third to one-half of the students in our youth ministries are introverted. And in my ministry experiences, three-quarters of our programs and ideas nurture the extroverted nature.
We're dealing with the most stressed-out, overscheduled, underslept generation of teenagers in history, and it's starting to show.
The years of adolescence are marked by change, uncertainty, exploration, emotion and risk. Sounds like the making of a great movie plot.
Four reasons for church leaders to get/stay in shape physically.
"You are probably all too aware of this every time someone asks: 'What are your plans after graduation?'"
“How can we equip teenagers to truly live out their faith in a world full of distractions?”
I suspect that most youth ministers desperately wish for at least one person in their church to be their confidant.
God is doing something new, and He has already begun. He is making a path.
We are members of a group of people who have frequent exposure to the grief, loss and joy as it’s experienced through kids and teenagers.