Step one: Open your Bible.
The gospel brought radical transformation to Chris Selby’s life, and then becoming a Gospel Advancing Ministry brought radical change to his students too.
This week’s Mobilize gives 4 strategies you can use to help your students kick apathy to the curb in their relationships with God.
Intercessory prayer for the lost is hard work. It takes time, commitment and discipline. And passion. Raise your hand if any of those are in short supply in your life.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that the typical youth group meeting (or church service, for that matter) dedicates more time to announcements than to prayer. What do you think might
Yawn. Eyeroll. Whatever. Teaching your students to pray can be challenging. But what’s more basic and elemental to a Christian’s growing relationship with God than learning to cry out to
Admit it. We’ve all been there. There are times when all you can muster in your intercessory prayer efforts for your youth ministry are a “holy water sprinkling” ritual at
Do you sometimes feel like you’re running around like a chicken with your head cut off? If you’ve never actually seen a chicken who’s just had its head cut off,
“What is a burrito?” “Tortilla with cheese, meat, and vegetables.” “Well, then, what is a tostada?” “Tortilla with cheese, meat, and vegetables.” “Well, then, what i-” “Look, it’s all the
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