By: Mark Etheridge When it comes to events in student ministry, it can be a challenge to plan and structure a purpose for what you want to accomplish. When you’re driving in a car, it’s not enough to know where you’re going, but you also have to know how you’re going to get there. IContinue reading “4 Levels of Events in Student Ministry”
Below is information about a counseling conference from my friend, Reba Bowman. I highly encourage anyone in ministry to try to attend this conference if possible to acquire some practical training from some proven counselors. I also would encourage you to consider bringing a few team members that help you in your specific ministry toContinue reading “Ground Zero Training Event with Marty Von”
I am a planner. I enjoy planning ahead. I was thinking this morning about the youth ministry calendar, and wondering how far out do other youth pastors plan their calendar out for.
I finished reading the book, “Twisdom” by Matt Lawson. This is a recent book that was published by Group publishing through Simply Youth Ministry. Matt puts together many practical thoughts for student ministry and leadership that he has gained over the years through twitter. He regularly uses the hash-tags, #stumin, #youthmin, #studentministry, and #uthmin. This isContinue reading “Events Without Purpose”