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Stop Fighting Phone use in Youth Groups

John Gilman August 12, 2016

The first cell phones were introduced to the common consumer in the early 1990’s with high cost and bulkiness mainly for use in cars.  In 2007, everything changed with the introduction of the first iPhone.  Today, almost everyone has a smartphone of some kind that is used for practically everything.  Technology has advanced so far… Continue Reading »

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Pokemon GO: Drawing People to Your Steeple

James Clyburn August 2, 2016

It’s been a number of days since Pokémon GO has been released in the United States. Small businesses, parks, and places of worship are discovering new ways to take advantage of this augmented reality app’s popularity. New ideas are being formed as it’s introduced to other regions of the world. There are a number of… Continue Reading »

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How to Read God’s Word with Your Kids (and Not Lose Your Mind)

John Gilman June 20, 2016

Kids’ ministry is the funnest and most rewarding ministry in the church with a great return on investment. Parents have the greatest responsibility and ability to impact their children’s spirituality.  Kids’ ministries must equip and inspire parents to disciple their children by consistently reading God’s Word together. Reading the Bible together transforms families, but parents… Continue Reading »

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Retaining Students Beyond Graduation

John Gilman June 15, 2016

A month or so ago, high schools held graduation ceremonies. Soon, the graduates in your youth group will likely head to college in the fall. Some may remain local, but others may not. In either case, churches face a harsh reality. Every summer when graduates enter their next level of education, attendance takes a hit…. Continue Reading »

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Keeping Up with the Revolving Door of Youth Leaders

John Gilman June 14, 2016

Let’s face the facts. Youth programs are revolving doors. Most young people stay involved for 3-5 years before aging out and moving away to college or on to other ministry areas. Youth ministers/pastors don’t last forever. They average just 3.9 years in their position. Youth leaders come and go as the demands of life free… Continue Reading »

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Increasing Youth Retention and Involvement in Your Church

John Gilman June 1, 2016

Families have long been the cornerstone of church congregations. Parents bring their children to church every Sunday. At a certain point, it becomes the children’s choice and responsibility to decide if they want to continue going to church every Sunday or not. That’s why it’s so important to show your children God’s grace and make… Continue Reading »

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