Life is hard, but God is good.
Whether it comes out in harsh words or sulky behavior, teenagers seem to struggle with hyperbole.
Where do you start if you’re new in your position in leading youth ministry? Here’s some advice.
"Pay attention to the condition of the people under your care."
The freshmen entering college this year have always had emojis to cheer them up.
It seems as though racial discrimination is a never-ending problem. Here's God's solution.
Marriage is a big deal to God, regardless of what society has made it.
What you need to be talking about with your students.
Yes, Jr. High students are full of drama and they smell bad—but there’s no denying that they’re some of the most fun students you can have in your youth ministry.
It's time to stop doing lock-ins at your church.
Volunteer engagement is one of the most important things we can do as church leaders.
It's important to take a step away from time to time. Here's why.
How to help the kids in your ministry share the Gospel.
A few essential principles that need to be in place for teenagers to see their faith as important.
A book review and a reflection on a major issue for teens.
How to help your students—and their parents—navigate this tricky technology.
The keys to becoming truly great.
There are things that will impede your ministry's growth, no matter what.
Why ecclesiology matters for student ministry.
As Christians, we should not be in the business of watering down the truth in the interest of what kids might do anyway.