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The 12 Songs of Christmas

You’ve heard of the 12 Days of Christmas, but what about 12 of the most popular international Christmas songs? In keeping with the Christmas spirit, we’ve compiled a list of Christmas themed songs from around the globe (including an excerpt of the lyrics!). You may recognize more than you realize. Enjoy!

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The YM360 Christmas Vault

The YM360 Christmas "Vault" is full of free lessons, games, party ideas, devotions for youth workers and students. Don't miss these incredible resources!

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Launch Pad Events Vs. Mountain Top Events

We’re all familiar with the metaphor: Sometimes, as Christians, we experience “mountain top” events. As a youth worker, we often hope the events we plan will be mountain top events. We hope that when we design a retreat weekend or a camp, these events will be moments where our students experience God’s presence. That’s not a bad thing to hope for. But there is another side of mountain top events that can be slightly problematic. Let us tell you what it is and how you can overcome it in your student ministry.

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The Honeymoon Phase has Worn Off!

It is inevitable. Eventually, the shine and the glow of your small group is going to wear off. What do you do once that has happened? Andy and Robbie have some tips to help you get the shine back!

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Want a Strong January? Don't Miss the Sports Pause

Today, I want to make the case that all youth pastors need to hit November with the same energy and hype as August. Why? Because of the Sports Pause. Don't know what the Sports Pause is? No problem, let me tell you.

 

 

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Free Thanksgiving Lessons and Games for Youth Ministry

Check out the YM360 Thanksgiving Content Page -- a page devoted to giving you free lessons and games to use in your Youth Ministry.

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How to Get Along With Parents Who Don't Like You

Unfortunately, we won’t always like everyone we do life and ministry with. And they won’t always like us. This is just human nature. We know this, and we strive to overcome it. But it can be particularly tricky when that person who doesn’t like you is a parent of one of your students. Ouch.

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I Thought I Signed Up for Youth Ministry Not Office Work

At times, youth ministry can feel more like office work, rather than worshipping with students, ministering, playing fun games, and hosting lock-ins. We wanted to take a moment to help you take a fresh look at how office work isn't meant to inhibit your ministry instead of enhancing it. Read/Watch/Listen by clicking here!

 

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Your Teenagers Think the Bible is Boring. Here’s How to Change That

Study after study shows that the overwhelming majority of Christian teenagers in the US aren’t reading their Bibles. Only about 1 in 5 have a regular, meaningful relationship with God’s Word. Most Christian teenagers rarely touch their Bibles, with another nearly 1 in 5 who report never reading their Bibles at all in a given year. For the American Christian teenager, the Bible simply isn’t something that is holding their interest. When we consider that the Bible is the MAIN way God has chosen to make Himself known to us, this is a particularly alarming truth. How can students follow what they don't know? I believe that as youth workers, we’re in the perfect position to change that.  How do we do it? What can we do to help students develop a passion for God and His Word? The good news is that I think it's actually much more straightforward...

The Importance of Christmas in Youth Ministry

Christmas is an excellent time to refocus your students on the true meaning of the holiday season. Jake and Andy talk about why and how you should make sure not to miss the importance of Christmas in youth ministry.

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Getting the Most out of a Youth Ministry Conference

It's conference season in youth ministry! Regardless of denomination, in the next few months, there are many youth ministry conferences that you will be apart of or be invited to. Here is some wisdom about how you can make the most of your time spent at a youth ministry conference.

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3 Reasons for Emailing Your Students' Parents Weekly

As Youth Workers, we know it is important to communicate with our students' parents. I am challenging you to begin to do this weekly. Over the years as youth pastor and now as a parent of two children in the youth ministry at my church, I value good communication from the youth ministry. 

What started as 3 reasons turned into 4. Don't worry, you won't have to pay extra for the 4th one. 

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5 Tips for Happy Youth Ministry Volunteers

Recruiting leaders to serve alongside you in your youth ministry is tough work. Once a volunteer says, "yes" and begins serving, I challenge you to help make them happy. It not only helps them stay serving in your ministry longer but also will help them serve more effectively. I bet when you are happy serving at your church, you do a better job then when you are unhappy. Right?

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Your Students Don't Read the Bible. Here's What To Do About it.

We have a problem! We understand there is power in the Bible, but our students aren’t spending time in it. 

I submit to you that while we might desire for our students to read the Bible and allow for it to change their lives… it never will unless we do it first!

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3 Foolproof Ways to Recruit Adult Volunteers

The call to disciple teenagers is what drives us in youth ministry. But if we don't have adult volunteers to help us, most of us would find our discipleship efforts severely crippled. Identifying, recruiting, and keeping adult volunteers is one of the most vital tasks of any youth worker. And because this strikes fear into the hearts of many of us, I wanted to pass along three foolproof ways to recruit volunteers.

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How to Train Your Teachers to be Intentional with Your Curriculum

Whether you write your own curriculum, purchase your curriculum, or, like most churches, operate with some mixture of the two, your Bible study is only as strong as your teachers. It's essential that you train your adult leaders to be intentional about how they implement the curriculum you put in their hands. 

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What Goes Into Creating a 52-Week Bible Study

Andy Blanks and Jake Rasmussen share about part of the process YM360 goes through when we create a 52-week Bible Study Curriculum for youth ministry. We hope that this will help you understand a little more about the intentional process we go through to create a Bible Study for your youth ministry.

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The Role of Producer at YM360

Terrance Jackson is all things creative at YM360 and GENERATE Camp. The easiest way to sum up his role is that he helps execute the creative vision for both GENERATE and YM360. We sat down with Terrance and wanted to get a closer look at all the things that he sees and how that affects YOU!

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It's Not About You: A Youth Ministry Conversation with Dr. Allen Jackson and Amy Howell

Recently, YM360's Amy Howell was able to sit down with Dr. Allen Jackson, Senior Pastor at Dunwoody Baptist Church in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Jackson helped guide Amy and many others through some difficult times in their lives and was an instrumental voice in shaping Amy's call to ministry. Amy and Dr. Jackson spent some time talking about a variety of subjects. But the one that seemed to really stand out was an important thought about the perspective we take when ministering to our students.

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The Importance of Feedback in Your Youth Ministry with Jamie Mullen

Everyone wants to be proficient at their job. But how do you you know if what you're doing is working? While there are different metrics you can use, encouraging feedback from students is a tool many people overlook. Our friend Jamie Mullen, youth minister at LaBelle Haven Baptist Church, regularly seeks feedback from his students. We recently chatted with Jamie about this and other topics.

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