Articles for Youth Leaders
What’s keeping your teens from being all-in for Jesus?Full Story
Truth needs a delivery system that helps teens embrace its weight and practice it.
“And as he speaks, Ezekiel hears the sound of creation happening again, as from the dust, bone rattles against bone.”
Conference time is a big deal because it’s a time to refuel, connect and dream.
Wouldn’t you rather invest in the lives of students instead of sit in front of a computer?
If your teenagers were to imitate your attitude toward the Bible, what would happen?
This may be a blind spot for you as a youth pastor.
Connecting your students to the rest of the church may be easier than you think.
Starting something new? Listen to these three voices first.
“The purpose of Bible study is not to gain more knowledge of the Bible; it’s to gain more knowledge of God.”
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