Youth Ministry Group Lessons –

Monday, July 26, 2021

The few Youth Leaders that push and aim for something  purposeful with their Youth Ministry are the leaders that will make a difference in the lives of their students. Let’s ask a few questions to see if there is anything we can improve on.

Educating teens and being a youth leader is definitely not easy, and you can lose command of a youth ministry in the blink of an eye. But lets plan ahead, so our Youth Ministry is the best that it possibly can be.

Having a great youth group management approach can be challenging. Student behavior can vary from day to day because of a wide range of factors, one of them being, THEY ARE TEENAGERS!

With everyone on Facebook in the past few years, you most likely already have a profile. As a Youth leader, are you mindful of what you are posting? If a student were to see everything posted on your wall, what would they think?

When the pressures of youth ministry pile up, and the amount of work appears to be much more than you can handle, you must refocus. Put simply, there are times when you really need a breather and time to chill out!

Golf is a frustrating game, believe me! Hitting the ball usually proves too difficult for me. Once you get past the fact that playing the game is extremely difficult, the rules of the game can be a little “nit picky” which complicates things even more!

The start of the school year is an interesting time of year for your youth ministry as you will see new members join and some leave. Yes some will leave no matter what you do, but let’s try a few ideas out to keep your retention up!

We are all guilty of missing something that God has placed right in front of us. Here is a great handout to share with your youth ministry that shows that we can miss certain things if we aren’t paying attention.

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