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Helping students to grow on their own—beyond programs and a primary motivator.
Simple tools to foster an environment where students will feel noticed and heard.
Five tips to planning and executing up-front moments with excellence.
Four ways to be part of the discipleship process in the lives of students.
Let youth ministry veteran Tic Long speak words of affirmation and encouragement over your leaders.
The value of a ministry focused on each kid, not the whole group.
Showing up in the lives of students…outside the walls of the church.
Redefining safety in our ministries
Four groups of people we ought to take seriously and practical thoughts on how to do so.
How we can play a role in stewarding the development of teenage brains for a lifetime of vibrant and active faith.
How to lead by example when it comes to engaging in to gospel conversations.
Being intentional about engaging with students before and after programs.
3 steps to fostering relationships between young people and adults in the church body to help students develop a faith that lasts beyond high school.
Learning to hear the heart beyond the tone of the words.
Josh Griffin shares 5 practical tips for caring for parents as you disciple their kids.
Sometimes asking questions is better than providing answers.
Josh Griffin shares three things to remember during any youth ministry slump—to help us band together and come out stronger and more passionate instead of beat-down and worn out.
Doug Fields shares three suggestions for how we might care for students in a way that will model God’s character and make a memorable impact.
Great conversations are essential to building community and developing relationships.
The power of our words can shape a student's life.
In this quick, 10-minute training, Josh Griffin shares a few tips to help each of us show up well in the lives of our students.
“If encouragement is food for their souls, most teenagers are starving.”
Heather Flies gives 4 easy-to-remember steps to help each of us identify and call out a student’s individual gifting so we might better help each student discover and embrace who God created them to be.
Mark Oestreicher, a trusted, veteran voice in the world of youth ministry, depicts the Cycle of Learning and highlights the steps we, as leaders, should pay closest attention to.
Self-proclaimed “Youth Ministry Mistake Making Expert” Josh Griffin shares his ideas to help correct, and then move on from, a youth ministry mistake.
Challenged and encourage your leaders to stay focused on those things that will remain the same regardless of what's happening in the world.
Author and professor Crystal Kirgiss offers three levels at which students can engage with the Bible and easy steps leaders can take to help them dive deeper.
Doug Fields invites us to rewrite our definition of leadership to open the door for every student to embrace their unique leadership abilities and step into active ministry roles.
Each moment that we interact with students is a potential God moment.
LeaderTreks President, Doug Franklin, gives practical training for your leaders to help students move from simply participating to leading in your ministry.
Duffy Robbins, one of the best communicators in youth ministry, shares practical tips to overcoming the three obstacles that leaders face as they communicate with students.
Josh Griffin offers wisdom and encouragement on one of the most important—and often the most easily overlooked—areas of youth ministry: partnering with parents.
Brian Berry, a 22-year veteran youth worker, author, and trainer for Youth Specialties, shares the four voices he thinks all students need spoken by leaders that care for them.
Inspire your leaders from what Paul wrote to Timothy while he was in the “trenches” of his ministry.
Doug Fields teaches leaders to consider 3 very important questions as they disciple, lead small groups and mentor teenagers.
A reminder that this ministry is not ours—we are not the one creating life-change—it’s God’s Power through us.
Use this training to teach your leaders how we can reinforce that the church is the place to run to when they are seeking true grace and acceptance.
Help your leaders maximize every minute God has gifted them with the students He chooses for your next trip.
Terry Linhart, a youth ministry professor and youth pastor veteran, shares the 5 tips we as leaders ought to consider as we prepare to communicate with students.
Youth ministry isn’t about winners and losers, it’s about faithfulness. An important challenge for any time of the year.