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Youth Ministry Round Up #62

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Called a Jr. High student last week.. said hello and talked for a good 10 seconds before realizing it was his voicemail tricking me that he answered. Really took me back to the good ole days. – @simonsaysjoe

If your youth leave the church, you won’t have a future… you only have a present. @pastormirandajr

I planned #youthministry for the fall. Then I canceled the plans. I rewrote the plans with contingency plans. Then I set up three tiers of what if’s to create support for plans that need to pivot. Then I ordered a coffee, cried a little, then started planning to plan again. @brooklynlindsey


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If you’re still meeting online, this puts a twist on the scavenger hunt by adding a timer. If you’re meeting in person, grab up some of the items and place them around your room.

This is loneliness. You can’t play this song for your students in church (it has one swear word) but there’s plenty here to quote if you’re doing a message on how the world can’t fill your soul.

Let the debate continue if Bieber is “Christian enough” for everyone.

This would make a good discussion video for a 20 something class.

I know the Olympics are not until 2021, but here are some ideas to get you started to your own youth ministry Olympics night.

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