the second book published by The Youth Cartel is out. it’s real (ha! we’re a real publisher!). it’s a feisty little book of snark and giggles, by steve case, called The Youth Cartel’s Unauthorized Dictionary of Youth Ministry.
this is the last in my posts of some of my favorites, this time from the Ps through the Xs:
P is for . . .
Plagues of locusts, flies, lice, blood, frogs, disease. Is it just me or does this sound like the church van after a youth trip?
R is for . . .
The moment you find yourself on a mission trip, eating (right from the box) the cereal from the variety pack that nobody else wanted and washing it down with warm soda while standing in line to get a shower before the hot water runs out, and then you begin wondering if maybe you should have pursued accounting like your father suggested.
When the youth ministry want ad reads, “We are receptive to new ideas,” it means as long as they’re the same ideas as the old ideas.
T is for . . .
Classic game from the ‘70s. Never works out like it does on the box. Plus, there will always be some junior high kid who gets all creepy and says, “Let’s play it nekid!”
V is for . . .
Wait, what do you mean taking 150 kids to the beach for a mission weekend counts toward my vacation?
W is for . . .
The pair of mothers who sit outside your office door on your first day just so they can tell you how sad they were to see the last youth worker leave.
X is for . . .
Youth worship service gone horribly, horribly wrong.
this is the last post in this series! but, you can pre-order the whole thing here!