At this point, many of us have had a couple of days to think through how we’re going to adjust our normal gathering times. I know that Wednesdays are a popular time for student ministries. At my church, Wednesday night is our main worship gathering. As we are considering how to find new ways to
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My heart behind this series is to try to create a few small resources to help my fellow youth workers as we walk through this together. Once again, this is not only a chance to streamline my thoughts into something more coherent, but to help give you things to consider as you seek to lead your student ministry through this crisis.
Creating an atmosphere where students are hearing the same truth from multiple voices helps them relate their faith to a community instead of a personality. When they leave the student ministry and move on to college, instead of looking for someone just like their student pastor, they’re looking for a community which teaches the same truths they’ve heard for many years.
Seth Stewart absolutely hits the nail on the head with this article. This is a powerful reminder of why I do what I do. This quote says it so well: “I love student ministry because while our culture has so little hope for the next generation, God’s hope for them and his plan for them
This week’s top three is going to be quick- moving the students upstairs has made life CRAZY this week. Here are the top stories: