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Linked Post: Taking Risks Like A Pro

Linked Post: Taking Risks Like A Pro

Our friend Christopher Wesley wrote a great piece over on about how and when to take risks in our youth ministries. I liked and thought I'd link to it here. If you like this excerpt, click the link below to read the rest of the article.

A few years back we had a worship service on Good Friday.  It was an interactive arts performance, where we always look to try new things to enhance worship for teenagers.  This particular year we were using a software that allowed people to text their prayers to our screen, while the band played.  The software had a filter component; however, it was only available if you upgraded.  I didn’t want to take the risk of spending a lot of money on something that I wasn’t sure people would use, so we settled for the free version.  BIG MISTAKE.

In the middle of a worship set, as people were sharing their prayers, someone decided to text something inappropriate.  Let’s just say it went something like this:

“I LIKE…(use your imagination)”

Embarrassed we took it down immediately.  That night we failed.  While we knew we were taking a risk, we didn’t approach it in the right way.

People hold back from taking risks because they’ve failed before.  While failure will happen again, the way to take risks like a pro is by knowing which ones to take.  To know which ones you should take you need to make sure:

To read the rest of Christopher's post, CLICK HERE.

About The Author

Andy Blanks

Andy Blanks

Andy Blanks is the co-founder and Publisher for ym360. If it's a blog post, resource, or workshop, Andy had his hands on it. Andy has been designing Bible study and discipleship resources for youth ministers since 2003. He lives in Birmingham, AL with his wonderful wife Brendt, their three daughters, and one son. He's a pretty big fan of both the Boston Red Sox and anything involving the Auburn Tigers. When he's not hanging out with his family or volunteering at his church's youth ministry, you can find Andy trail running or mountain biking. Follow Andy on Instagram: andy_blanks