Should youth ministry, or any other ministry for that matter, rely on fundraising to significantly support their ministry functions? Sometimes the habits of fundraising get youth ministry into trouble. This article is designed to help you think more strategically about fundraising.
We all have harmful habits, even in our churches. This article helps us think about how we might have habits where parents are not growing in their own Biblical education or even expecting the church and its workers to be the primary teachers of the Christian faith for their children. By identifying these kinds of habits, we can see how we might change them.
We all have habits, some intentionally developed and others not. Knowing our habits in ministry can be important. For example, we may tend to isolate kids and/or youth from the rest of the congregation. This article talks about how to identify this habit and push against it.
It is important to have direction and goals for your youth ministry, but those can be hard to set and track. This article is designed to give guidance on how to choose and follow up with goals for your programming so you can best share the Gospel with your teens.
We can’t do ministry alone. When it comes down to it, we need a team of people to get the job done. We need leaders who can connect with different types of students than we can. This article helps share some ways you can help adults join the team to support youth.
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