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.
Best of 2017: Top-Selling Games in Youth Ministry This article on DYM gives you some great suggestions for games that your youth will have a blast playing all year round!
The 4 Topics You Should Teach on Every Year at Youth Group Josh Griffin has compiled a great set of resources for four major topics- Purpose and Identity, Sex and Relationships, Apologetics and Doctrine, and Tough Topics, or Questions. If you are looking for something new in any of these areas, Griffin includes a […]
8 Hacks For Managing a Roomful of Teenagers
15 Absolutely Essential Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Staff Member When you look for volunteers or staff members, this article put together by LifeWay can prove helpful as you ask important questions about what you are looking for. It focuses on hiring a staff member, but we challenge you to also use these questions […]
Making Way for the Spirit In Ministry
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