How can you address “calling” in Youth Ministry in practical terms? Wendy Mohler-Seib from the Institute for Discipleship at Southwestern College talks about understanding who you are and how you fit into the world.
People use the word “calling” very haphazardly in the church world. Wendy Mohler-Seib from the Institute for Discipleship at Southwestern College talks about what it means theologically to have a calling and how it is often misused.
There are over 820 million people who are chronically malnourished in the world (that’s about 1 in 9 people). Andy Morris from Rise Against Hunger and FastPrayGive helps break down what that means, how you can talk to your students about the issue, and what we can do to help fight it.
Every youth worker has had (or will have) a youth activity idea that sounded good, but failed miserably. The collective members talk about some of their failures, and the lessons we all can learn from them.
The collective discusses how to continue the momentum created at camp.
How do you address sex and sexuality in your youth group? Listen in as leading youth workers discuss their own experiences and best practices.
The collective discusses how to respond to questions that students may have about faith, and the necessity of training all workers in this area.
This week, the collective talks about those little life hacks that can help so much when taking a summer trip in youth ministry.
Confirmation is an essential part of ministry to youth. This week, the collective sits down to discuss how it’s being done at the panelists’ church, and what criteria they’ve used to evaluate whether or not the program is considered to be a successful one.
It is inevitable that one will encounter the delicate situation of teen pregnancy in youth ministry. This week, the collective discusses how to handle not only the teen, but others in the group as well.