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The Songs of 2018

As we close out 2018 and prepare to sing in the New Year of 2019, we take a look back at the musical worship songs that were popular at many of our summer camps, and spring and fall retreats.

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The YouthMinistry360 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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MORE Youth Group Christmas Games!

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

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3 Tools for a Successful Small Group

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,...

Why Every Student Minister Needs a Great Curriculum

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.

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Reduce Burnout & Create a More Effective Ministry

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:

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5 Tips For Becoming A Better Preacher

When it comes to communicating God’s Word, we have to take the posture of always seeking to improve. In this article, Andy Blanks passes along five thoughts to help you be a better Bible communicator.

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How to Prevent Burnout in Youth Ministry: Prayer

Burnout often happens due to us not spending enough time with God in prayer. This post passes along a few thoughts on how to make sure you ward off burnout by engaging in an active prayer life.

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Real Leaders Never “Arrive”

The best leaders never stop learning. More specifically, the best leaders never waste opportunities to learn from others.

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Your Students Don’t Have A Social Media Problem

Your students don’t have a social media problem; social media is merely a symptom of deeper problems.

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A New Definition of Discipleship for Youth Ministry

Discipleship is the life-long, Spirit-fueled journey of children becoming like their Father. Our students are not alone. The Father draws them to Him. The Spirit guides them and strengthens them. And they have a family around them to journey alongside.

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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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Getting Serious with The Skit Guys about Evangelism

What could be better than Tommy and Eddie of The Skit Guys" with Greg Stier of Dare 2 Share in a room together? How about we add a live stream and a microphone?

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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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How to Prevent Burnout in Youth Ministry: Weariness

Ministry burnout is real. I talk to thousands of Youth Pastors throughout the year. One thing that crosses denominations, size of churches, and different parts of the country, is the tiredness and weariness that many Youth Pastors feel in their ministry. I wanted to encourage you with six things on how not to grow weary in an environment that is easily tiresome.

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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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5 Distinctives Of Relational Discipleship

In this article, Andy Blanks writes that if we are to be effective at leading students in spiritual transformation, we have to do so in the context of real relationship.

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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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