Could the Heidelberg Catechism be on the cutting edge of youth ministry after all these years, capturing today’s youth culture in its first question? I think so!
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I'm proud to be married to a Youth Pastor! Here are just ten reasons why.
Does your church not currently have a website? Is it unmaintained or out-of-date? Any church website should at least have the following basic information.
The preteens in your group can vary all the way from the boys who profess to hate the opposite sex to the sophisticated young teen whose thoughts have turned to make-up and boys. Here are a few reminders for you to consider as you prepare to teach your middle schoolers.
Going to school marks a tremendous change in the lives of these little ones, a change that’s felt not only in the home but in the church school as well. Here are some of the characteristics you’ll see in children in kindergarten and first grade.
"Double vision” involves the ability to see the world from the perspective of another person or culture without losing the unique perspective of our own experience or culture. That means, even professing the same Lord and observing the same events, we as Christians can still view things from distinct angles.
Are you a small group leader? Here are three types of questions NOT to ask and some tricks to creating a discussion friendly environment.
The following six principles appear and reappear in Scripture, in the history of the church and pockets of current missional practices.
I believe that the work of the elders can be enhanced by deliberately using different processes in our meetings. Let me mention a few and I encourage others to add to the list.
Consider these suggestions before you recruit small group leaders.