In the wake of recent Christian deconversion stories, I felt compelled to post this open letter that I included in my book, Varsity Faith. It’s a plea for practical theology to make its way into youth 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.
What are the essential areas to focus on during your first year in youth ministry? Here are five things that will set you up for a successful, sustainable youth ministry career.
Don’t let a 16-year-old be more strategic about a video game than you are about your youth ministry.
Sermons don’t make disciples. They are important, but they aren’t the whole story. This post discusses what else you can do to help students grasp your message and grow their faith.
If you ask better questions, you’ll get better answers. But what are the better questions you should be asking? That’s what you’ll learn in this post…
Stop settling for being a smaller, more generic version of bigger ministries in your town. Create your own version instead. Here’s how…
In Head Coach Dan Quinn’s second season, the Atlanta Falcons earned a trip to Super Bowl LI. His emphasis on building a better football team can help you in your pursuit to build a better youth ministry.
We’re all familiar with small choices that have big consequences after some time has passed. These 3 choices will hold your ministry back. Are you making them?
Can doing less really help you reach more students? I tried it out. Here are the results…