Most of us understand the importance of engaging with families, but figuring out how to implement a program can be difficult. Aaron Buttery offers three solid steps toward engaging the families in your congregation in healthy ways.
Pool noodles are cheap, plentiful, and loads of fun. Aaron Buttery shares 3 fun pool noodle games you can play at your next youth group event. These games are so low-prep, you will love it!
Of all the social media options our students use, I like Instagram the best! Photos and comments are great, and so is the mass number of students who use it in my area (more than Twitter), but it’s public nature makes it my number one choice. Your student ministry can use Instagram to announce events, play games, or engage in a teaching.
We have all been asked some variation of the question, “Is your student ministry a success?” Our response can be more than, We have so much fun! We have so many great relationships.
There are any number of actions I take as a youth leader assuming that my students will respond or at least understand why we are doing it. I have been very intentional in my ministry designs and decisions for many years, but realized that I had not communicated to my students my intentionality.