5 Friends Every Pastor Needs Matt Sliger is spot on in this list of friends every pastor needs. As you read through, try to see not only the friends that fill these descriptions for you, but potential relationships that you can develop.
Little Words That Make All the Difference Tim Challies posted this as a general advice to all Christians, but it is especially important to youth pastors and directors. Youth will likely ask you many questions, and the responses that Challies discusses in his post are very helpful to have on hand.
Help Me With . . . Admin – DYM Blog Are you great at choosing games for your youth, but bad at calculating a 10% tip for the pizza guy on Wednesday nights? DYM has created a fantastic page for you to increase your ability to budget, schedule, and even write letters.
7 Ways Teens Can Contribute When the Church Meets Steve Burchett has compiled a fantastic list of ways to give your youth more responsibility within the church. We know that getting the youth involved in the actual running of the church gives them responsibility and ownership of their church. With that in mind, we […]
Looking for something new to talk about with your youth group? Why not something old instead? Jaquelle Crowe points out some of the benefits of sticking with the great writers of the past. Why Young Christians Need Old Books
8 Habits of the Excellent Bible Teacher Core Christianity has compiled a great list of habits to cultivate as you prepare yourself and your leaders to teach the Bible. Andrew Hess does a great job making this article about Christian teaching, not just teaching in general.
How I Had 80% of My Students Register for Camp on the First Day Justin Knowles- DYM Blog Summer may be far away, but the camp registration is right around the corner for many people. Still looking for a camp for your group? Register for STS Camp! Pay in full by April 20th and your […]
3 Ways to Pass on Faith to the Next Generation Here is a quick run through of one of Tim Keller’s earlier works. Written in article form, it is very helpful in strategizing ways to really impact your students for the long haul.
The Humble Leader Christianity Today contributor Eric Geiger has written a sound article about humility in leadership and using our positions to serve others rather then ourself.
Parents, Take Note of the Spiritual Practices Common to Kids Who Flourish As Adults This is an interesting article that hopefully reaffirms that practices you are encouraging in your students. The article is geared towards parents, so it is also a great resource to share with the families attached to your youth.