Six Questions To Get Your Seniors Spiritually Ready For The World

In the previous posts I shared how the different ways students could graduate. Now, the gate has been narrowed. Most states offer some sort of exit exam. What is the point of an exit exam?

“to make sure no students graduate or move on to other courses without proving they have mastered what they have studied.”

This begs the question “Have our students mastered what they have studied?” Never mind mastering what have studies, but what have they studied? How do we know if a student is ready to leave our youth ministry?

10 More Christian Songs To Spice Up That Graduation Slideshow

This article, as well as  graduation forms graduation gift ideas graduation service sample and graduation song suggestions (over 40) Are a part of Launching Well: Graduating Your Senior Class In Style resource. If you are not subscribed to the Youth Ministry Round Up newsletter, subscribe now and receive all these graduation resources. So, last year I posted a few…

Youth Ministry Round Up #119

Trends and Culture Teens share the joy, despair and anxiety of college admissions on TikTok Only 51% of Gen Z high schoolers considering a four-year undergraduate degree — a whopping 20 points down from the 71% in May of 2020. – JUV Consulting The days of singing along to the Top 40s station are long…

Do The Work

One of my former pastors used to say, “This church didn’t just pop out of the ground” He usually said this when people were taking the church for granted. He mostly meant it in a physical way, the building came together with people building it brick by brick, but it can also be said that…