Whatever goals you have decided on for 2019. Stick to it. You got this. But as a youth leader, have you thought much about how the goals you have for yourself effect those you minister to? What habits can you develop over the next three weeks that will pave the way to some tremendous growth opportunities for your students throughout the rest of this year?
How can I love my students while helping them to truly love and follow Jesus?
Have your doubts. Ask your questions. But find the right place and people, get your answers, be ready for the tough realities, and keep your emotions guided by your intellect. Not only will you successfully navigate doubt, but also your faith and trust in Christ would increase exponentially.
We expect our kids to practice, struggle with new ideas, new activities, and new relationships. But we often change our expectations when it comes to the faith of our kids. We prefer it come easy, natural, and without challenge.
A few nights ago my daughters were watching one of their favorite cartoons. I am pretty strict on what they watch, and this particular show has been pretty harmless. So I thought. My wife happened to be in the room when this cartoon, written for preschool age children, introduced the concept of two mommies. Taken … Continue reading How GenZ is Changing Ministry