Let’s face it, we are always looking for fun games to do with our youth groups. There seems to never be a point where we are not thinking about some game activity to get the group interacting, thinking, or boost the overall energy. So we were looking at one of
Ever tried to explain The Trinity? Apparently Saint Patrick had problems with that as well. At least he had problems explaining with some common analogies. Enjoy!
Our buddy Eric over at Mt. Hebron UMC in Columbia South Carolina put together a “Duck Dynasty” themed youth night. The fun of it is was to jump onto the fan rave of Duck Dynasty and their colorful cast of folks by dressing up and doing a few silly games.
If you have been in youth ministry work for all of 15 minutes then you are guilty of at least three of these conversation fillers so that you are not caught ignoring a teenager or parent (gasp!). Or, more likely, the teenager or parent has used these on you. We
People create products, write books, and share content because they feel that there is a need for it (or maybe someone expressed a need for it) in the marketplace. In my pursuit of apps this week I am intrigued with some of the apps that people have created for a
In a lax moment with the youth the other day I asked them to look through their app stores (notice I didn’t need to tell them to pull out their phones, or iPodTouch) and find the craziest faith based apps. We then proceeded to have quite the conversations on various
Here’s an example list of 5 Bad Ideas in Youth Ministry. Yes, this is meant to be funny and yet,.. 1. Riding a Motorcycle in the Sanctuary 2. Do Not Carry Statues 3. Give an opportunity for a Jr. Higher to do a cannonball in baptism pool 4. Instruct youth