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- Advocate that t-shirts are legitimate work attire for church office hours.
- Tell your boss that leading a mission trip is not considered vacation time even if it was to the Bahamas.
- Help you justify 6 dozen water balloons, a canned ham, and 100 clothes pins as a business expense.
- Develop downloadable curriculum because sometimes lesson prep time gets eaten up with more important stuff.
- Remind you that the proper ratio when ordering is 1 large pizza for every 4 people.
- Create resources, coaching and training that will seriously mess with your head.
- Be your biggest fan.
- Tell you the truth.
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Every now and then you need someone outside your daily world to look at your life and ministry with fresh eyes. Sometimes you feel stuck in your current reality, other times there’s a problem you aren’t sure how to navigate. Sometimes you are wondering what’s your next step forward. Other times you’re experiencing a ceiling that you’re not sure how to break through.
by Luke Lang
Brothers and Sisters, youth ministry nation…I’m here to tell you about a super vital youth ministry life skill.
By Mackey Baker
Whole-life Coaching Focusing on Transformation and Youth Ministry Development
The Youth Ministry Coaching Program will rock your world, build you up as a leader, and provide all sorts of insights and opportunities for transformation. With more than 250 graduates, we’re more convinced than ever about the power and value of this program.
By Brock Morgan
Normally when Marko calls me it’s a good thing. So far he’s asked me to speak at The Cartel’s Summit event twice, he’s asked me to write three different books, and he asked me to “potentially” go to Africa. But when he called me about a year and a half ago to ask me to write a graduation book, I thought, “Um, not interested.”
Understandably, adults are concerned about the online behavior of teenagers, specifically with social media. When I’m out talking to youth workers and hosting parent workshops I find most adults fall into one of two categories:
It’s late April.
It’s a dangerous time for vocational youth workers. Interest & attendance is typically waning a little as the school year winds down. Youth workers, especially younger ones, start feeling as though things aren’t going well because fewer teenagers are coming. Things that worked in October just aren’t working.