Youth Ministry Group Lessons – ChristianTeenWorld.com

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Is your routine so busy and full that it’s causing you stress and agitation? We’ve all heard of the health risks associated with too much stress, but how can you help your youth ministry reduce that stress and find peace?



Youth Ministry Reflection: Prayer is my way of getting my inner self into focus. When I feel myself getting overwhelmed by responsibilities, I am able to pray as a way to clear my mind and organize my thoughts.



Do you have days when you know it’s better to be upbeat and positive, but you just don’t feel like it? Well so do your youth ministry students, here is how you can help them maintain a positive mindset in difficult times.



Your youth ministry students have a ton of things going on in their lives, from school to sports to part time jobs. It’s very easy for them to get overwhelmed, and they need to learn how to say “No” to certain things, here is how you help them!



Youth Ministry Quotes: ” Really Great People Make You Feel That You, Too, Can Become Great. ” – Mark Twain – The people your youth ministry students look to for guidance have a huge impact on their lives, so who are they?



Goals are the targets of success. You, for sure, have your own goals, which may have already been achieved, are in the process of being achieved, or are still to be achieved. But how about if you set goals for your youth ministry students?



As a youth ministry leader, many people in your life will look to you for answers to questions that they may have about the Word of God. But instead of waiting to be asked a question, we must be proactive with sharing our faith.



As a youth ministry leader, your ministry depends on your ability to consistently remain productive. However, it’s all too common for a work session to turn into YouTube video marathon which cuts into your output exponentially.






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