The day we have all been waiting for…re-opening our churches and youth ministry. We sit down this week to talk about what you can do to ensure the safety of your staff, volunteers, and students.
Keeping children, youth, and vulnerable adults safe from predators is very important! Today we talk about how to accomplish that in a digital world.
What about summer? That’s the question we’re hearing the most as we navigate our new “normal” during this pandemic. We sat down with Scott Meier and Eddie Erwin to talk about what they’re doing as far as summer ministry plans.
Allowing students to encounter the same problems and make the same decisions as their brothers and sisters all over the world helps them make a deep spiritual, physical, and emotional connection. This week we sit down with Sam Gochey from SIFAT to talk about how experiential learning and missions. You can find out more information about SIFAT at sifat.org.
Assessing potential problems with potential mission opportunities and organizations is an essential part of planning and preparing your team to be successful on short term missions.
With the recently release protocol from the United Methodist Church there are lots of questions. We sat down this week to discuss how you can talk to the teens in your ministry and help them understand what this protocol means and what they can do.
There has been a lot of talk about the United Methodist Church and what’s happening with a possible split. With all of that talk comes a lot of confusion and questions. This week we sit down with some youth workers and try to offer some clarity on the subject.
Staying connected with your volunteers and creating a support system with them is the key to having successful on-going relationships with your volunteers.
Every youth worker who leads a small group fears trying to get students to participate during discussions and all you hear is crickets! This week we sit down with Lee French to talk about how to create an atmosphere to get your students to talk.
We all make mistakes. The important thing is that we learn from them. This week we share some of our biggest failures and what we learned from them.