There are plenty of things to be frustrated about right now, but you don’t have to let frustration knock you out. This post gives you practical help to move in the right direction and get back on track!
Life is full of chaos, and life in ministry is no exception. But when you plan for chaos, it won’t ruin your day when it shows up. This post explains exactly how you can stay productive in the midst of chaos…
We must always remember that our work is distinct. We’re called to be in the world but not of it. Businesses need directors; churches need pastors. In this post, I explain the difference between directors and pastors…
Some youth pastors love their jobs. Others can’t stop looking for a new one. What’s the difference? In this post, I share three signs of a miserable youth ministry job and how you can overcome them.
Using social media can grow your ministry. But it can also cost you your job. In this post, I share 3 tips that will keep you on the right path.
Some youth pastors are hardly working while others are working really hard. No matter which side of the spectrum you’re on, this post has something for you…
Youth culture has distinctive elements that differ so much from adult culture that youth ministry fits the description of missionary work. This post examines lessons learned from successful missionaries and applies them to youth ministry.
Liminal Space is the time between “what was” and “what’s next.” When it comes to leading in a liminal space, your primary job is to be a stabilizing force in the midst of the chaos. Pastors are the ones who are called to speak with grace, truth, hope, and love in the middle of this situation.
St. Patrick’s Day is filled with green clothes, 4-leaf clovers, and little red-haired leprechauns. But who was the real St. Patrick and why do we celebrate a day in his honor?
The question isn’t if your group has a culture. It does. The question, instead, is: What is your group’s culture? This post provides you with 3 questions and actionable answers for how to address your ministry’s culture.