I volunteer with three and four-year-olds every week and I absolutely love it! I don't know if it's a compliment or a hint I am not picking up on but they always tend to throw me the new kids, the unhappy kids and that one kid that likes to just stand in the corner. By the end of the hour, 98% of them leave having
Over sharing. We all do it—or are at least tempted to do it—every now and then. A kid asks a question in a moment of distractedness, and you give him the full “adult” answer instead of putting the kid filter on it. Or you find yourself in a situation where you have THE perfect personal story to support what you’re trying to teach…but it’s just
I had the privilege of co-authoring a book entitled “Everybody’s Urban” with my friend, Leneita Fix. Leneita always provides me with great insight and perspective when it comes to how to measure “success” in my youth ministry. I wanted to share with you some things I’ve learned from her.
Have you ever experienced one of the following scenarios in youth ministry?
• The student you