A pastor I spoke with recently shared, “During this time of COVID, I believe the elderly will bounce back. They are resilient in their faith. I am not so sure, however, about our youth."
In the November 2019 Youth Ministry newsletter, Travis Deur explores the benefits of surrounding young people by a team of adults.
Through this regional, Midwest-based learning experience, we wish to come alongside your congregation to help you unlock key strategies for growing young.
Youth ministry, like many things in life, requires us to make space for healthy maintenance. Here are three things you can do.
No matter when you begin your ministry season, it is always most excellent to use a few tried and true methods to help your church start off on the start note. What have you found vital to kicking off your season, whether in September or October?
Is there a disparity in what we pay those who serve in youth ministry?
A few years ago, Syd Hielema and I had an idea that each classis would have a least one Youth Ministry Champion. This podcast looks at the many places of engagement churches, classis, and youth ministry leaders can have with these Champions.
A big part of a healthy youth ministry takes place within intergenerational moments. Within this month's newsletter, you will find a story and resources to help us see those moments come alive.
In a world where 20 second sound bytes are the norm, I find it refreshing when I receive a document which tells a short, relevant youth ministry story. Check out the March 2018 edition of the CRCNA Youth Ministry newsletter below!
Check out the latest Youth Ministry newsletter which touches on building spiritual health by ruthlessly eliminating hurry from our lives, along with some other early season wins.