In the six months I have been doing my job I have come to realize one thing. One of the most important things I can do for my students is be available and intentional.
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Contextualization is not just the stuff of foreign missions. It affects how high-school age students think about living out the Gospel in the local context.
For most churches, the thought of not having a "coffee" gathering time after worship would be unthinkable. And yet, how often do we ask how effective this time is in forming the faith of all who attend?
Before the second half of your ministry season starts feeling too weighty, resolve to create some healthy ministry supports for yourself and for the folks you are ministering alongside.
I watch my students spend huge amounts of time scrolling through Instagram, Snapchat, FB, Twitter, and texts. Where does all of that information go? How do we help our students navigate the changing world of social media?
Dear teenager, I see you. I see you torn between becoming what God designed you to be and pleasing culture. I see you trying to balance it all. As your youth pastor, here is my plea for you.
The church is after the moral change of behavior, lifestyle, and even fashion, rather than listening and developing millennial youth towards transformation.