Recent Articlesby Jon Huckins Posted in High SchoolYouth Worker Development
Last week I found myself lying on the grass in the middle of a public park while my little dog Harry sniffed and "marked" every bush around us. With the warm sun beating down on me, I couldn't help but close my eyes and enjoy this peaceful setting that was enhanced by the slight breeze brushing over me. In what seemed like a perfect place, I reflected on the journey I’ve been on over the last few years.
by Ginger Sinsabaugh MacDonald Posted in Adolescent DevelopmentHigh School
I’ve owned a lot of weird stuff over the years. A life-size sumo wrestler made out of foam rubber. A Malibu Barbie that my kid sister beheaded. A lizard, a lava lamp, a collection of snow globes, even an electronic whoopee cushion. But there is one thing that has never been in my possession. I never owned a diaper bag. My Barbie didn’t even own a diaper bag.
by Paul Martin Posted in High School
"It's the comma stupid!" I recently read an article that discussed this phrase for marketing. I had never heard it other than from my 5th grade teacher in regards to my writing. Apparently, it is a phrase that gets thrown around a bit in marketing. They describe the hidden meaning…Read More
by Jeff Greathouse Posted in High SchoolProgramming
Losing control is one of the greatest fear for individuals. However, I believe that for us (Ministers to students ) to be effective we must lose control. My challenge to you is the following: Lose control so you can grow in ministry.
by Will Penner Posted in High School
Why and how we can use systematic intellectual and spiritual processes and principles to help young people sift through possible college majors and career paths in light of their gifts, passions, temperaments, and Christian faith—helping students examine what they should do in light of who they are.
by Janice Thompson Posted in High School
Thompson outlines many dangers associated with leadership that seem to elevate students above their peers. Nowhere is this more evident than in the role of student worship leader.
by Dennis McLuen, Chuck Wysong Posted in High School
Regardless of the model we use for student leadership, certain principles can help us train students for their leadership roles.
by Steven Case Posted in High School
When our students graduate we stand them up in front of the church and hand them one of those smarmy little devotional books like Christ on Campus or Jesus in My Dorm Room. In most cases those books never make it to the dorm room. (Some don’t make it out of the church.)