Ready to dust off your church’s sleepy Facebook page? The following tips will help you optimize your Facebook account, ensuring you reach more members, foster community engagement, and spread the gospel effectively.
With any church scavenger hunt, there are many moving parts and logistics to manage. If you’re guiding the youth group through a scavenger hunt, you’ll need plenty of time for planning in advance. Luckily, we’ve created this guide to get you started.
Between volunteer scheduling, event planning, sermon preparation, and community outreach efforts, the end-of-year ministry hustle can be both exhilarating and exhausting.Learn seven tips to help your church staff avoid burnout this holiday season.
Once you start thinking of ideas, there’s no shortage of topics to cover in a youth group discussion. It’s often best to start with some practical topics that relate to the real lives of students. However, it’s also important to consider what Scripture says.
Many youth ministry groups cancel or modify their activities in the summer since families often travel or otherwise take a break from church activities during the break. To get back in the swing of things, they often hold kick-off events when fall rolls around.
If you're part of a church staff, then you know that weekly or bi-monthly meetings can be key to ensuring smooth operations. But how often have we sat through such gatherings feeling like they were less than productive?