Youth Ministry Group Lessons –

Monday, March 1, 2021

In youth ministry, sharing stories from your past experiences is one of the best ways to really connect with your students.  It shows your students  that you were once in their shoes, and have gone through what they are facing.

Youth Ministry Reflection:I Turn Pressure Into Fuel. Pressure can either be a source of stress or an agent for change. With my positive determination, I choose to turn pressure into the fuel needed to take my productivity to the next level.

Youth Ministry Reflection: I let go of my tendency to try to be in control of everything. No longer do I have to be responsible for everything. It is much easier to focus on what I can control, instead of worrying about the things I cannot control!

If you knew of a tool that could bring your youth ministry, and finances into harmony, and make the challenges of running a successful youth ministry much more manageable, would you take advantage of this tool?

The teenage years can be hard on your youth ministry students. Teens are struggling between childhood and adulthood. Self confidence can prove to be a major issue as they navigate through this time in their lives.

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.

Youth Ministry Lessons and Youth Group Resources © 2012