Who are we talking about when we say “young adults”? Defining the phrase can be difficult but help us to in sharing the Gospel.
I’m noticing the music of the Christmas season this year as I reflect on music and the role of music in youth ministry.
Technique is all well and good. However, one lesson I learned is worth far more than all the rest: It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.
It’s that time of year again, time to give thanks for the many blessings in our lives. As God’s people, daily we have ample opportunity to give thanks to God for His rich blessings.
Let’s boldly step out in faith to give generously as an act of mercy for our neighbor and in support of youth who will pack the meals next summer.
The church has an opportunity to grow in generosity by providing funds for a similar meal packing event that will take place at the 2016 LCMS Youth Gathering.
A how-to on leading a servant event in your congregation or community. Blessings as you impact your community in the name of Jesus!
If Lutherans know how to feed people inside the church, should we not also become experts in feeding people outside of the church?
It was a blessing to be able to help on a larger scale like this at the 2013 LCMS Youth Gathering.
“It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man.” ~…
All LCMS students at any university, private or public, who are studying a health-related field, are eligible to apply.
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.
How to ‘spring clean’ at the office while still holding onto important information and honoring past treasures
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.
Organizational and team leadership lessons learned during the 2013 Gathering planning cycle
7 tips for using a vicar or intern to work in your youth ministry setting.