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Monday, August 19, 2019

Staying focused for your youth group students can be a daily challenge. There are many distractions that all of us deal with, some are from outside influences and some are self inflicted. No matter where they come from, let’s kick them!



The worshipers at Our Lady of Salvation Church in Baghdad heard the shots and explosions about 20 minutes after Sunday mass  had begun. What unfolded next was a horrible event that shows the reality of life for Christians in Iraq.



There is always a need to keep in touch with the students of your youth ministry. But you should be in constant contact with the parents of your students and also other members of the church and community to spread the word!



Running a successful youth ministry doesn’t have to be a confusing or difficult task.  Planning ahead with your youth group your goals for the near term and for the distant future will turn big challenges into small speed bumps.



Positive body language is a must for anyone speaking to an audience. Having positive body language can make a big difference in how people judge your people skills, personality, and general mood.



There is a spotlight on the USA / Mexico border because of immigration and the drug war. There is also now a spotlight on a young woman who is standing up for her community in one of the most dangerous places in the world.



In youth ministry work, you will come across all types of demeanors and personalities. Some will be eager to express themselves and others will be shy, here are a few tips to deal with everyone.



At one time or another every single one of us has trouble with focusing. There are times when we all feel stretched thin because we try to do too many things at once. Let’s refocus on what matters in life and stop focusing on the negatives.






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