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Called: Adaptive Youth Ministry
Executive Director, Dale Winder speaks on the changing youth ministry strategies and the importance of having an adaptive youth ministry.
Explore some of our observations of how the church has adapted to youth ministry during COVID-19.
Curious how other churches are handling COVID-19 and Ontario’s reopening efforts?
Four suggestions for how you can get feedback from parents before you re-open.
The following is a list of considerations for best practices.
Important questions to ask your team before you re-open.
More than these rules, students should be desiring to conduct themselves in a manner that is reflective of Christ.
Your quintessential guide laying out today’s most popular social media platforms, their pros, cons, and how to use them.
We know you already have a functional schedule, however, in light of recent events we’ve developed...
Practical ideas and tips for fun physically distanced activities for your youth group!
Graduation season is officially upon us! Although this season is not what we imagined it would look like, plans still need to be made and we are here to help you.
Learn how to develop a service project with your youth.
How do we remain faithful to the call to make disciples during covid-19?
Suggestions for ways your youth group can serve the community through service projects.
Looking for tips on how you can do youth ministry during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Looking for ideas for games you can play in your group chat?
Explore the signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as some practical ways for how you can help your youth.
The transition to online youth ministry has been tough! Our greatest strength has always been relationship. Gen Z seems to hunger for in-person relationship and despite their tech savviness, I’ve been shocked at how many students have completely rejected the idea of online ministry. For some, nothing but the real thing will do.
One of the most important skills in helping any individual through emotional trauma, grief,
frustration or sadness is active listening skills.
Part of effective, active listening is asking good questions.
What are some ways you can help parents to disciple their children at home?
Are you a parent looking for ideas for activities you can do with your teenager?
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