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How to Grow A Teenager’s Faith Outside of Sunday Programming

Grow Your Faith

As a youth pastor, as much as I wish students would clear their calendars and see weekly Sunday or Wednesday youth ministry programming as a not-to-be-missed part of their week, it just isn’t. And that’s okay, because attendance is one thing. But it isn’t EVERYTHING. (Can someone please tell that person who always asks “good […]

Family Ministry Resolution Solutions

Family Ministry Resolutions

It’s a new year, and you want to set some resolutions for your family ministry. We have 5 timeless strategies for a thriving ministry to help you set your ministry goals. Check them out here!

Are Academics Overrated in a YouTube World?

It isn’t a stretch to say that we have a world of knowledge at our literal fingertips. So what does that mean in regards to formalized education for adult learners?

3 Ways to Cast Vision for Kids’ Ministry

Cast Vision in Kids' Ministry

And although it’s true that sometimes people just don’t get it, or sometimes they just can’t grasp the vision of where we’re going, the bottom line was that even though I was casting vision, few were following me.

The 3 Things Every Church Strategy Needs

Do you ever find yourself thinking about the same tough situation in your ministry over and over again without moving toward a solution? Maybe you have a myriad of solutions, but struggle with the right one to pursue. If you’ve ever felt like this, you’re not alone.

Change Before You Have To

Change—it’s as common as the cold, as unpredictable as the weather and as painful as a toothache. And if we’re honest, we don’t typically enjoy it.

Why can some leaders embrace change naturally and effortlessly? Why do some (most) of us struggle with change? And most importantly, what does God think of change and what does our ability or inability to change say about our faith in his plan?