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7 Keys To Welcoming New Volunteers

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ym360 Contributor Bill Nance writes from his new perspective of being a youth ministry volunteer, and how it opened his eyes to some helpful thoughts on how we interact with our adult volunteers.

Upping Your Investment In Your Youth Ministry Volunteers

Jan 29 2015

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ym360 Contributor Christopher Wesley gives some great pointers on how to "up" your investment in your volunteers.

Building A Team Of Relational Youth Ministry Volunteers

Jan 07 2015

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ym360 Contributor Benjer McVeigh writes a great post on how to build a volunteer team that "gets" relational ministry.

5 Thoughts About Bible Study Curriculum

Mar 03 2014

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Andy Blanks passes along 5 thoughts about utilizing Bible Study Curriculum in your youth ministry.

Keeping Volunteers Engaged In Your Youth Ministry

Aug 20 2013

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ym360 contributor Christopher Wesley writes a great post on how to make sure your adult volunteers are deeply invested your youth ministry.

Why Adults Won't Volunteer In Your Youth Ministry

Jul 29 2013

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Andy Blanks writes about the common objections potential volunteers make, and how you can overcome them

Why It's OK (And Sometimes Important) To Disagree

Jul 11 2013
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Andy Blanks writes about the importance of disagreement in your youth ministry and how to do it in a way that is healthy

Three Tips For Making The Most Out Of A Youth Ministry Conference

Feb 25 2013
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Andy Blanks passes along a few thoughts on how to get the most out of attending a youth ministry conference.

Helping Disconnected Students Connect

Feb 05 2013
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ym360 Contributor Justin Herman writes a post on how to make sure you're connecting with disconnected students

What You Do vs. Who You Are

Jan 02 2013
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ym360 Contributor Brian Seidel talks about the importance of not separating what we do from who we are.

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