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Viewing Your Lessons as Anchors and Sails
Anchors & Sails A constant struggle for many youth workers is trying to determine what lessons/topics to teach, and when.  And unless you use a pre-produced curriculum that has a well thought out and ordered scope and sequence my hunch is you struggle, too. Since your..
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Interacting with Students Outside of “Church”
Interacting With Students Outside of “Church” Several years ago our church built an amazing youth ministry facility; the type of place that should be a magnet to teenagers. And to be honest, we nailed it. The place is sweet. A skate park, gymnasium, ping-pong, pool..
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Kick Butt & Be Healthy: Two Keys to Success in Youth Ministry
KICK BUTT & BE HEALTHY If you were to wander through our youth ministry offices, sitting on virtually every desk you would see a little plaque that simply reads, “Kick Butt and Be Healthy.” I gave them to the team as a gift–because who doesn’t love..
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Helping Teenagers Identify Their Village
Hillary was right. It takes a village. Kara Powell and the research she has helped lead at the Fuller Youth Institute has confirmed in recent years that one of the primary factors in limiting the risk of faith abandonment (or as I like to call..
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How to be a Small Group Guru, Part 1: Starting Right
Let’s spend this month talking about small groups! Small groups are nothing new, but many youth groups are just about to kick off a new season for the school year. And the beginning of a new small group run is a great time to remind..
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