Next week is Valentine’s Day, and that means young people are thinking of relationships, which is a happy thought for some… and a depressing thought for others. This is probably why so many youth ministries do their “sex and dating” teaching series this time of year or at least a talk on relationships.
So here’s a few resources to help you with these conversations:
- One of our writers wrote two brand new FREE Music Discussions using Ariana Grande’s song “Thank U Next.” The youth ministry discussion uses scripture and provides small group questions.
- The parents’ discussion also uses scripture and provides three questions you can ask your kids in the car, also free.
- And for those in youth ministry who want a talk with graphics and everything Continue reading “The “Relationships” Talk” »
Many of you have probably noticed that in the last 6 months we’ve been doing some serious revamping with our websites, TheSource4YM.com and TheSource4Parents.com …both are now not only mobile friendly and easier to navigate, but we’ve amped up the amount of new content we’re adding to each site!
What’s that mean for you?
If you’re a youth worker that means a new YOUTH MINISTRY HELP article literally every week- real world youth ministry tips and advice from guys on the front lines. And you’ve also noticed we’ve amped up the amount of MUSIC DISCUSSIONS (one new one per week) and YOUTUBE DISCUSSIONS, which all have small group discussions and scripture... and are FREE, of course Continue reading “New Music Discussions, Super Bowl Quiz and More!” »
Here are the top 10 blog posts of mine that you guys trafficked in 2018.
1. Gunning Your Kids Down
The No 1 trafficked post by far was “Gunning Your Kids Down”… my expose on violence in current music (including songs about gunning people down that went No. 1 during the Vegas shooting).
2. Mom, Is Justin Bieber a Christian?
Like my popular post, “Mom, is Chance the Rapper a Christian?” (Which, interesting side note, did you see what Chance posted on Insta last month? Fascinating.) This post provides you with questions to not rant or judge Justin’s imperfections, but dialogue about him in a helpful way Continue reading “Top Blog Posts of 2018” »
Many of you have heard the buzz… I mentioned it in my blog once prior… I talked about it on Facebook… and now it’s official. It’s happening in California November 2nd and 3rd:
Sean, Greg and I have been hearing the same questions from pastors and youth workers over the last year:
“What do I say to the kids in my youth group who say they’re ‘pan’ and the student who identifies as a different gender?”
“How can I Continue reading “Helping leaders reach LGBTQ youth” »