Easter is fast approaching and we have one question: what are you doing in your Youth Ministry to build up excitement towards Good Friday and Easter Sunday?Read more
Learning to think about discipleship as a journey and not as a programmed hour on your calendar?Read more
We hope that you'll join YM360 at the 2019 Youth Evangelism Conference presented by the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board. The YEC will be held at Municipal Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee on March 15th and 16th. For over 50 years, the mission of YEC has been laser-focused: YEC exists to clearly communicate the Gospel as we lift high the name of Jesus Christ.Read more
Want to be a better preacher or teacher of the Bible? This list of 10 thoughts can help you get there!Read more
Lee Moore, Director of Customer Care at YM360, shares a passion of YM360 and his. You can reach Lee by calling the YM360 office at 888-969-6360 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read more
Andy Blanks and Jake Rasmussen share about part of the process YM360 goes through when it creates a 52-week Bible Study Curriculum for youth ministry. Hope it helps you understand a little more about the intentional process we go through to create a Bible Study for your youth ministry.Read more
J. Roger Davis, talks about why GENERATE, and camp in general, means so much to him and youth ministries across the nation.Read more
As a new school year begins, many churches launch into a new season of small groups. These small groups could look like anything from a Sunday school class to a weekly Bible study at the local Chick-fil-a. Though these small group environments take on many different names and look very different depending on the ministry context, there are 3 tools that you as a youth worker can employ that will help set up your student small groups for a successful year of discipleship. 1. Cast a Clear Vision Without a finish line, no one knows what it looks like to win. In the context of your small groups, have you defined a clear vision for what the small group is seeking to accomplish? Many times when we think of small groups, we think that discipleship and growth in Christ are the goals. These are the ultimate goals of all ministry,...
As we come into a new school year cycle, many student ministers find themselves staring at a blank computer screen. It is that time again for a plan for mid-week teaching, small groups, Sunday school, and events for the fall. All of these detail and planning items tend to fall at the same time just as you are recovering from the PTSD from that middle school lock-in or the queasy stomach that still haunts you from meals at student camp.
In the middle of this time of transition, curriculum is a great tool to rescue your time, to-do list, and sanity. Today, I want to offer some thoughts on why choosing to use curriculum can help you and allow you to lead a better student ministry.Read more
Burnout is a real threat to youth workers, especially those in bi-vocational or volunteer roles. But delegation is one way we can dramatically decrease our risk of burnout, as well as giving others the chance to become more involved in ministry. Here are 5 tips for becoming more adept at delegating:Read more