The “Middle Years”, 5th to 9th grade. It is a pivotal and important time in youth ministry, it is different than high school years ministry.
Youth Ministry Resources
Two Minute Resource Review: “Convinced: Applying Biblical Principles to Life Choices” (Mel Walker)
“Convinced” is a book by youth ministry veteran, Mel Walker. He had his 2 children right a great student devotional book.
A funny and silly, REAL top 10 list of the best and funniest personal moments on youth ministry mission trips from over the years.
Play is still something that is allowed and socially acceptable. Your students still can enjoy playing games and using their energy in a positive way. The problem is when youth workers don’t understand how to create engaging, energetic, and effective gameplay…
Over the years, I have heard quite a few leaders say, “It is just my leadership style” when it comes to a particular action, attitude or even issue in their leadership. Leaders both young and old, I have heard say something along those lines in meetings and conversations.
We are all, always looking for photos and graphics for our lessons, announcements, and publishing. Here is the first set of 15 sites offering some or even all FREE photos and graphics for you to use. Some may require you to sign up, but most will then send you regular freebies. Hope they help and save you some time!
Here is another wild and fun game that my groups have loved. It’s just a quick twist on a classic youth group game, that will be sure to create some memories and laughs! It is called…PIGGYBACK POLO
Here is a quick easy youth ministry game with minimal supplies and pre-game prep, a perfect icebreaker, mixer, or fun team-building!