The work of ministry requires professional skills; failure to demonstrate these skills will often lead to missing out on the ministry’s full potential.
The Importance of Ministry Friends
These friends remind me that my student ministry is in fact God’s ministry and that his word will accomplish its purpose.
Walk into this meeting aware of your needs, but also remembering the identity you’ve been given by God’s grace to you in Jesus.
You’ll want to think carefully about your goals for each year, prioritizing opportunities for students to hear the gospel and to build community.
One of forty- two offerings available on Rooted Reservoir, this video presents a framework for games to reinforce a culture of grace that tears down the walls between students, in order that the gospel would shine forth in every facet of your ministry.
By offering up-to-date information, recommending resources, and expressing your heart for students each week, you will begin to build the kind of gospel partnership that makes a tremendous difference in discipling teenagers.
When I first got into youth ministry, I had a larger than life mentor, “Big Don,” who routinely dropped nuggets of wisdom on me. Big Don stood at 6’8 and rolled 290 pounds. He also happened to live…