If you’re a youth pastor, you want to create an awesome space for students to meet. Here, I share practical tips for how you fix the most common problems that I see with youth rooms…
In this post, I explain specific things I’m learning about how Zoom works and what adjustments to make that you (or your volunteers) might find helpful.
Before you ask your students to invite all of their friends, get your place in order and create an environment where students who show up for the first time will want to come back a second time.
New students won’t show up to your ministry if they don’t know about your ministry. That’s why buzz matters. In this post, I share three ways to build buzz and get people talking about your ministry.
You think your students are growing spiritually. But are they really? After a brief rant, I share a free tool that will help you know what’s really going on with the students in your youth ministry.
If you were given $1,000 for your youth room, what would you get? The answer that I give in this article might surprise you. The three essentials every youth room needs are…
The first step to building a better youth ministry to create a place that is appealing to students. This post gives a bunch of simple ways you can improve your youth room this week.
How your student room looks sends a message to your students about how important you think they are, and how important you think your message is.