Recent Articlesby David Brow Posted in Programming
A peek at how "the ordinary is becoming extraordinary" in Irish youth ministry.
by Sivin Ki Posted in Programming
"If there's a gift we could offer our kids it would be a church that's truly an intergenerational family where they can see Godparents,grandparents,uncles and aunties, and brothers and sisters learning to follow Jesus together."
by Simon Hal Posted in Programming
Leading the teens of Leeds back to church—though a very different kind of church.
by Danny Kwon Posted in Programming
How can we be more effective in an ever-increasingly multicultural and multiracial youth ministry setting?
by Kara Powel Posted in Programming
Think about the last student who showed up at one of your youth ministry events for the first time. Did they come back? If not, why not? If so, that's great, but do you know what your ministry did that kept them coming back to your church?
by Les Parrott II Posted in Programming
How much commitment are teenagers capable of, anyway?
by David Olshin Posted in Programming
So few markers exist between childhood and adulthood. Could rites of passage help keep our young men from a mass church exodus?
by Sheila Ahlbran Posted in Programming
Takes a look at the unwritten rules of gender, challenging us to get beyond "boy stuff" and "girl stuff" in our youth groups.
by Tom Lytl Posted in Programming
Your kids don't live only in the youth room—the rest of the week they share a house with moms, dads, and probably a sibling or two. Here's how a little attention to the whole family can do wonders for your ministry effectiveness.
by Mark Matlock Posted in AdviceProgramming
Better than understanding postmodern philosophy, realizing differing cognitive styles can help us more effectively minister to this emerging generation of young people.