We hope this presentation on “The Important Role of the Church in Family Discipleship” will bless and encourage you in both your youth and family ministry.
Responding to That Critical Email from a Youth Ministry Parent￼
Whether the email is about summer camp costs, small group leaders, or overall church complaints, our response can set the tone for believing the best in one another.
It’s not our responsibility to fill the gaps that parents and teenagers are faced with at home, but we are uniquely positioned to to draw these two worlds together around the hope of the gospel.
We do well to build bridges between volunteers and parents that enable them to dialogue, problem-solve, and pray together for their students.
We are called to support parents in their calling as the first and most important disciplers of their children.
The goal for both parent and youth minister is the same: that the children in our homes and churches would come to love God, as revealed in Jesus Christ, with every part of their being.
The Good News for the teenager struggling with pornography use is that Jesus lived the perfect life that he could never hope to live, died in his place for every wrong thing he has done, and rose again to give him a brand new life with God.