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The Seven Sins of Communicating With Teenagers
Chances are about 1/3 of your weekly youth group gathering is dedicated to some sort of lesson, Bible study, or sermon. And whether you use published curriculum or create your own lessons, you have certainly felt the thrill of victory when a lesson goes well..
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Following Up On Summertime Decisions
Summer is winding down.  The students in your youth ministry are sadly putting away their beach towels and dusting off their school backpacks; they are about to trade their long days on the couch watching Netflix with long days behind their desks. This means your..
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Day Off Do’s and Don’ts
When I was asked to write a little post encouraging my youth worker friends to maximize their day off, I became a little anxious. Mostly because I don’t like reading stuff from people telling me how to live my life, so why in the heck..
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What’s the Feel of Your Youth Ministry?
What’s the feel of your youth ministry? Why does our ministry exist?  If you’ve never asked yourself that question, you should. Knowing why you exist as a ministry will help you draft a mission/purpose statement that can guide most of your leadership decisions. What should..
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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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