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How One Week Can Change Your Students' Entire Year

J. Roger Davis, talks about why GENERATE, and camp in general, means so much to him and youth ministries across the nation.

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MORE Youth Group Christmas Games!

YM360 is passing along a few more great youth group Christmas games!

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My Message To Graduating Seniors

Giving a graduation speech? Consider answering the “how” of living a life that matters, a life that ultimately makes a difference. This post by Andy Blanks passes along three important and practical thoughts for graduates.

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When You're Tired Of Doing Youth Ministry

The weariness we feel from doing ministry is different than the tired you feel after doing physical labor. It's a tiredness in your soul. Andy Blanks discusses how weariness can actually be a sign that things are going really well.

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The (Surprising) Reason For Engaging With Students Outside Of Your Bible Study

Every youth worker knows it's important to stay plugged into our students' lives outside of our Bible study time. But I'm going to say something that may surprise you: The main reason for doing this isn't for relationship building. Nope. While building relationships with students is a vital aspect of discipleship, there's a better reason for engaging with students outside of your weekly Bible study time. Ready?

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7 Characteristics of Effective Small Groups

Having run groups for years in a clinical setting as a licensed counselor, Brendt Blanks knows that many of the characteristics of running a successful discipleship group are quite similar. Yet, there are some that are unique to leading students in meaningful spiritual growth. Here are seven characteristics of running an effective small group.

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5 Reasons Teenagers Struggle To Develop Good Spiritual Habits

Andy Blanks examines some of the challenges we face in leading students to develop good spiritual habits.

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Stop Telling Teenagers to Invite Friends to Church

Somewhere along the way, we began to communicate to students that the best way (or maybe even the only way) to help introduce their peers to Christ was to simply invite them to Church. But what does this look like if it is the primary objective of our evangelism? 

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The Most Dynamic Youth Ministry Resource Available

Want to know the most dynamic, most useful, most flexible youth ministry resource there is? The one thing that, if implemented, will super-charge your youth ministry and dramatically transform the lives of your students?

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Do Students Need To Detach from Social Media?

The world is increasingly wired and digitized and it will only become more so. 

So how should we handle social media and students' attachment to their devices?

 

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Dealing With Our Students' Doubts

Honest doubt, and honest questioning is how teenagers begin to own a faith that is theirs, not their parents’, or grandparents’, or even yours.

But what do we do with those questions? What is the right attitude or approach toward having these questions or doubts?

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3 Ways to Incorporate Creative Elements This Christmas

Growing up in a church where my mother was leading the drama ministry meant that I played Jesus every single year. And I do mean Every. Single. Year.

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6 Things That Happen When a Group Shares Its Faith

What happens when a youth group begins to focus on relational evangelism? Some pretty amazing things! 6 things that happen when a youth group shares its faith: Students Go Deeper - Risk taking helps teenagers learn deeper and faster. Your teenagers will master what they believe because they need to articulate it to their peers. Read them all.

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You Should Consider Making the Life Your Curriculum

As I mentioned in a previous post, I am super pumped about this study for a number of reasons. Primarily, I think it paints an awesome picture of what it means to be a follower of Christ. But there are more than a few other reasons I believe The Life is a curriculum you should seriously consider.

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Our Newest 52-week Bible study

I am extremely excited about our newest 52-week Bible study, The Life. What gets me so excited is how this study gives students a comprehensive look at what it means to follow Jesus. I love helping students define what it looks like to live as a Christ-follower. Read More.

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Filling the Bleachers

We have all had those backyard moments when we are imagining the closing seconds of the game in the sport of our choosing. The moment when we score the decisive points to win the game and we make our victory run with our arms lifted high into the air while the crowd goes wild. How sweet it is!

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Graduation Season is Upon Us

It’s that time of year, again. Graduation season is upon us, and for youth workers, this season will be spent at multiple graduations, graduation parties, and preparing for the “graduation” from youth group. There is no doubt that this is an exciting time of the year. As you look back at the countless hours invested in each student, you pray that he/she will continue in church, seek the Lord, and mature in the faith.

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Why Are Your Friends So Old?

Most of us are regulars and our order is known before we have time to speak it. As we sat there enjoying both the ministry of small talk and pondering some of God’s goodness, Bailey began to notice something about the people I was exchanging hellos with— they were all older than me. She asked, “Who was that? How do you know him?” I responded, “That is my friend Dave. We go to church together. And that’s Hamilton, we see each other here at least once a week if not more. Oh, and that’s my friend Anna, she stops in on her way to work down the street.”

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Frontline Testimonies on The Pray For Me Campaign

We asked two youth pastors the question, “How has the Pray for Me Campaign impacted your youth ministry?” Their responses were powerful. So we thought we’d share them in their entirety with you.

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5 Benefits of Utilizing the Pray for Me Campaign in Your Youth Ministry

Recently I wrote a post about the Pray for Me Campaign being the secret sauce of Intergenerational Ministry. In that post, I wrote about the combination of three ingredients that set the stage for life-giving intergenerational relationships. I would like to follow up with a focus on the five benefits that flow directly from the implementing of the Pray for Me Campaign.

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