10 reasons to love youth and be inspired to engage in youth ministry.
From my 38 years in LCMS Youth Ministry, I’ve observed youth who make strong leaders to have certain God-given gifts in common.
When we see positive data like the Youth Polls present, why wouldn’t we want that for all our teens? How are we investing in all youth?
I’m noticing the music of the Christmas season this year as I reflect on music and the role of music in youth ministry.
Youth are not the future church, but they are the church’s future. They have been trained to ‘stand strong’ in an age of tolerance.
It is easy to unintentionally miss celebrating Easter in the midst of our busyness. Fortunately for us, God’s grace and mercy never miss us.
A celebration of three women who stand for life and the LCMS participation in the March for Life.
A child’s memory of an enchanting Christmas scene, the beauty of a choir’s song and the celebration of our Savior.
Teenagers matter. Teenagers are gifts. Teenagers are part of the Church. Let’s love them well!
See what trends made the Beloit College Mindset List for college freshmen, class of 2018. What impact has faith made? What could it make?