Churches, businesses, and organizations are on a crossroads of change as these two generations (Millennials and Generation Z) are turning out to be vastly different from all generations before them. Right now they represent 50% of the US population but they will be 100% of the future. There is a new reality thought with almost
(The Top 5 is our quick list of resources, recommendations, or reasons that we feel you should know). Keeping your adult volunteers up-to-date and in the know can be a big strain of time and effort on any youth worker. However, it’s a crucial aspect of every youth ministry. We no longer live in an
Youth Ministry. What an overwhelming two words. Whether we are coordinating fun events, attending multiple basketball games in a night, or doing lesson prep, we are always busy. While most people only see us on Sunday or Wednesday, we seem to always feel like we are running around like chickens with our heads cut off!
Fundraising. It’s a thorn in the side of every youth worker. It always seems you can never fundraise enough, and yet at the same time it seems like you never stop fundraising for something. For me, I’m always looking for the best fundraising ideas. The ones that require the least amount of work and the