"For Those Who Are Passionate About Reaching The Younger Generation"

Youth Ministry Topics Training Student Leaders

Student Leadership: A View From Outside the Box (Printer Friendly)

Miller

This short version of the "Professional Youth Ministry Report" on "Building Student Leadership" (see following articles for the more comprehensive 25-page report)gives ideas from the Bible and ministries around the world.

Training Student Leadership: Professional Report (Part 1) (Printer Friendly)

Miller

This first part of the "Professional Youth Ministry Report" on "Training Student Leadership" introduces the topic and demonstrates the potential of student leaders.

Training Student Leadership: Professional Report (Part 2) (Printer Friendly)

Miller

If we want to build student leaders, we must believe in the process. Seven biblical and practical reasons for building leaders.

Training Student Leadership: Professional Report (Part 3) (Printer Friendly)

Miller

Get inspired through examples of youth ministries where student leadership is flourishing. Then take your first steps.

Training Student Leadership: Professional Report (Part 4) (Printer Friendly)

Miller

Five principles for creating an environment for optimum growth of your leaders. Ten ways to train them for ministry.

Training Student Leadership: Professional Report (Part 5) (Printer Friendly)

Miller

Six principles for transitioning students into leadership. Cultural factors that affect leadership training. Your Action Points.

Training Student Leadership: Professional Report (Part 6) (Printer Friendly)

Miller

Assessment questions to help you evaluate either your own ministry or another ministry regarding student leadership. Plus, recommended resources, etc.

How To Grow Motivated Kids (Printer Friendly)

Simone

Hints on getting kids involved and taking ownership of ministry.

Developing Kids As Leaders (Printer Friendly)

Laine

This ministry staffs their children's day camp with Junior High leaders.

Creating an Idea-Driven Youth Ministry Culture (Printer Friendly)

Miller

Too many youth ministers miss out on an incredible source of youth ministry wisdom and ideas - their own volunteers and youth. Not only can their ideas revolutionize our ministries, but by taking them seriously we take their leadership to a new level, allowing them to feel ownership and responsibility for the group.