We all know pizza is the default youth ministry food. But in order to spark some different ideas, we asked our Facebook community this question: What is a creative, unique, maybe even strange meal or snack that you serve students
TIKTOK TURNS ONE Written by Mike Sheley You may or may not have heard of TikTok, but you have most likely heard of Musical.ly. Many preteens, teens, and – yes, even youth pastors – have made sing-along videos with Musical.ly.
Let’s face it… starting a new school year can be tough. For some students, the thought of going back to school fills them with dread, regret and fear. But knowing they will be around the friends they haven’t seen all
God has a way of using our insecurities for His purpose. This lesson on Moses will help students see that God often uses our biggest obstacles, mistakes, and flaws to reach those around us… and this school year is no
I just wanted to let you know about a brand new youth ministry bundle that we put together for Christmas. You save 52% on $124 worth of youth ministry lessons and games for Christmas! See everything in the bundle here.
Written by Nick Diliberto I have a question to ask… What’s the biggest source of frustration in your youth ministry right now? I posted that question on our Facebook page last week and received over 100 comments. The top two frustrations
Are you planning a parent event in your church and need help choosing a speaker? It’s the most frequently asked question that our friends at Parent Ministry get, so they created speaker’s guide to help you pick the right person.
Written by Nick Diliberto DOWNLOAD THE PDF OF THIS BLOG POST How often do you feel frustrated at the end of a day because you didn’t get enough done? Do you feel overwhelmed because there never seems to be enough
Written by: Aaron Helman You go on a mission trip, and a kid who is only tangentially involved with your church or youth group has an incredible experience. They worship with abandon, have their hearts softened to serve others, and
Written by Aaron Helman I love Church Camp. I’ve worked as staff at Church Camp, directed a Church Camp, spoken at Church Camp, and I’ve sent students to Church Camp for the past fifteen years. Done well, I see as