In this short podcast I talk about 5 simple ways you church members, volunteers and parents can help your ministry. The best part is they will not cost any money!
Do you have other no cost or low cost ways you encourage your church to be involved? Share them in the comments below!
The average length of time for a youth minister at one position has been said to be between 12 and 24 months. There are a variety of reasons for this. Sometimes it’s a season of life. Sometimes it is a step while in seminary to be ordained. Sometimes it just doesn’t work out, and 12 months is as long as you can hold on. Sometimes a better offer comes along.
Lives can be changed and awesome ministry can happen in short term, however I want to talk about 5 benefits of long term student ministry that I believe cannot happen in just a few months or years. Check out this episode of the ministry2youth podcast.
Have you been in your ministry location for a long period of time? What are some of the benefits you have seen?
What are some of the benefits of serving for a shorter period of time?
I’d love to hear from you in the comments.
This is our second episode of building a youth worship team. In our first post we talked about about the Why’s of building a team. This time we get a little more practical about the process of building a worship team, what instruments and parts to add and what order to add them in.
So you want to have a youth worship team. In this podcast series we will talk about building and maintaining a sustainable youth worship team that can lead your group for your weekly worship times and special events.
In this first episode we talk about why you want to build a team and look at two different approaches to building a youth worship team.