As a youth pastor, you’re always having to come up with creative ideas for your next program, sermon, game, event, or activity. In this video, I share 4 ways to tap into your creativity (even if you think you’re not very creative). Suggested Resource
You want to get your students together online to watch a movie, so you host a Netflix viewing party. But which movie should you choose? This post gives you the 20 best movies to use right now.
Why not reach out to Christian influencers on social media and ask if they would be willing to show up for your Zoom group or pre-record a short, inspirational message for your students? What’s the worst that could happen?
The early Christian movement spread because the first Christians didn’t close themselves off from non-Christians. Perhaps that might also be the key to growing your youth group in today’s post-Christian culture.
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.
Rededication is a commitment to live by a commitment you’ve already made. So it’s really about repentance: Turning from your way to God’s way…day by day.