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The Building Blocks of Faith describe four spiritual needs that are met in Christ. Here are some ideas for helping faith to flourish by meeting those needs in your church’s youth ministry.
The attached "Coronavirus Challenge" and Photo Scavenger Hunt were shared by a youth group leader as an idea to keep the youth of your church engaged and having fun.
Through this regional, Midwest-based learning experience, we wish to come alongside your congregation to help you unlock key strategies for growing young.
If you're looking for ways to encourage a middle schooler as a spiritual mentor and friend, check out this article.
The All Ontario Youth Convention (AOYC) is looking for your help to bless 1000 youth (and their leaders). We have planned a prayer initiative at the 2019 AOYC and we'd love your involvement!
The TOGETHER curriculum is suitable for those who live with special needs and those who don’t. And the best part is you don’t have to split these students up, as is so often the case in the teen and early adult years. Neat, eh?
Come and See. . .Our World Belongs to God is a discipleship manual that has taken the Contemporary Testimony Our World Belongs to God and divided the 58 paragraphs into 25 chapters.
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.