The 7 Best Practices for Teaching Teenagers the Bible is a resource for youth workers that teaches seven meaningful practices they can use to help teach the Bible in a transformative and dynamic way.
LEADING TEENAGERS CLOSER TO GOD IS WHAT BEING A YOUTH WORKER IS ALL ABOUT.
What's the most effective way to do this? By teaching them the Bible!
The Bible is God's main way of making Himself and His ways known. Your effectiveness at leading students closer to God is tied to your ability to effectively teach the Bible. But, teaching the Bible doesn't have to be intimidating.
The 7 Best Practices for Teaching Teenagers the Bible offers you seven ultra-practical and deeply meaningful "practices" you can use to help teach the Bible in a transformative and dynamic way:
- Engaging With God
- Prepare Well, Teach Well
- Context Is Key
- Embrace Unpredictability
- Plan For Interaction
- Teaching For Application
- Know Your Role
99 Thoughts for Volunteers: Making an Impact Right Where You Are will encourage volunteers whose commitment, hard work, and dedication are essential to a healthy youth ministry. Volunteers are never "just a volunteer" — they're much more than that.
If you aren't the lead youth worker at your church, that doesn't mean you can't powerfully influence the lives of teenagers.
Thanks to her 25 years of experience as a youth ministry volunteer, author Danette Matty thoroughly knows the world of volunteers: part-time hours, full-time passion — and no-time pay. But she also knows that they're an integral part of God's work in the lives of students and in the church's ministry to teenagers.
This book will help volunteers discover how to maintain their spiritual vitality, lead from the middle, serve through all the seasons of life, and do what they do best. They'll also gain insights into working well with teenagers, parents, church leaders, and other volunteers.
Danette's goal in 99 Thoughts for Volunteers is to encourage and equip volunteers whose commitment, hard work, and dedication are essential to a healthy youth ministry. She's eager to deflate the "just a volunteer" mentality and inflate the truth of the incredible skills and qualities that volunteers bring to the team.
These Volunteer Encouragement Cards are perfect for sending a handwritten note to your volunteer team in the mail or giving to them the next time you see them.
This is a small gift that can pack a lot of punch as you remind your volunteers how important they are to you and the students in your ministry.
Dimensions: 5" W x 2.75" H