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effective youth ministry

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DESTINATION | 7 evangelism dream starters
1. discipleship in youth ministry
2. nuetral-site outreach events
3. involvement in school activities
4. prayer
create a burden for schools in the dna of your ministry
personal and corporate prayer walks
effective programming
and intentional events
building trust and establishing broad visibility as a sub, volunteer, a fan, or a coach
5. para-church ministry
the kingdom must
start working together
and finding each other
in the community
6. Core competency
7. preaching and teaching
find your passion or skill and plan your volunteerism accordingly
there is no greater
way to effect both
the spiritual world
and the natural one
than through vision
Blending
when generations create a teamwork
between each other
Builders (pre-1945)

Boomers (1946-1964)

Busters (Gen X, 1965-1983)

Bridgers (millennials and Y's, 1984-now)
7 Core Traits of the Mill's
SPECIALNESS
SHELTERED
CONFIDENCE
The Sky V. The Wall
optimism (family, work,
academics, income, society)
TEAM-ORIENTED
CONVENTIONAL
PRESSURED
ACHIEVEMENT
spoiled and entitled
tribes have replaced cliques because they are safe and powerful
process V. inspiration
NEO-traditionalism
competition & planning
ETHNOGRAPHY?
what is an
understanding
perceptions
fitted context
watchfulness
Christian Smith...
study on religious teens & their behaviors
smoke

drink alcohol

get drunk

cut classes

be expelled
Far Less Likely
Far More Likely
not drink at all

not do marijuana

have better grades
to get a job
youth homiletics
12 Steps To Better Preaching
1.Preaching is a process
2. Prepare yourself before the message
4. Do great contextualization with your audience
3. You should place a high priority on preparation
5. Be completely accurate with the text

6. Be as practical as possible with the text
7. Choose a style and form that fits you
8. While writing a message learn to cut
9. Transitional Statements are vital to the flow
10. Use visuals and presentations with intention
11. Don’t avoid issues that divide
13. Create the ending
12. It's unpredictable
developing next leaders
inspiration
modeling
education
mentoring
apprenticeships
creativity
1 chronicles 12.32
"understanding the times"
"knowing what to do"
CALLING
COMPETENCY
CHARACTER
love, acceptance, unity
time, sweet spot, ease
integrity, heart, why?
skill-sets, cores, acumen
leadership traits
compassion
the leadership leak...
loss of transparency
turnover
sour relationships
losing good people
fear of making
right decisions
tribes
a group of people who
have something in common.
a shared idea or way
that has a following.
a movement of like passions
effective youth ministry...
the principles that brought spiritual transformation in the NT church still work today
matthew 5
moderation of re-inventing
early Christianity was viral
when the idea-virus takes over...
where do ideas come from?
others
reading
thinking
PRAYER
the typical person will die without having one idea they implement
not my responsibility
PRAYER
LOVE
SCHOOLS
spiritual leadership
Tipping Points in Youth Ministry
WHAT CREATES A MOVEMENT?
Developing A
Philosophy (Culture) of Ministry:
campus
shared leadership
small groups
services
worship services
discipleship
mentoring
evangelism (personal/events)
ministry on campus
relationships and small groups
find the 'chief' or the 'key' or
the 'correspondent'
in every tribe
the tipping point
contagion
memes
viral
phenomena
risk
righteousness
EXTRA.
BEYOND
MORE
LONGER
graded/developmental ministry
"What is your Tshirt message?"
"Would you do your passion for free?"
Merchants of Cool
Specialness
Achievers
Team-Oriented
Pressured
Wired
CULTURE
lack of prayer
mark 13
ASK FOR AND USE the leaders opinions
and preferences as often as possible
to promote ownership and unity
CLARITY IS THE #1 reason
that volunteers do not feel
they can succeed in a task
TRAINING AND EDUCATION of leaders should
take place periodically to keep them current with
leadership practices and youth culture

CONSISTENTLY spread appreciation
SKILL COMPETENCY placement will drive
volunteers to work most efficiently
HONOR THEM publicly will
grant them more authority
"retaining faith that you will prevail in the end, regardless of the difficulties, if you are not alone" -the stockdale paradox
Leadership and Team Development
"the two greatest weaknesses of a leader
may be thinking that he does not need God, or, that he is God, and does not need man"
for these ideas and conversations
to be it will take the kind
of implementation it takes when
you are in an adverse situation...
it will take teamwork

"What gets you up in the morning?"
"What do you do better than anyone else?"
executed,
MENTORING AND COACHING begins with identifying a personal strategy (where you are going) and a personal strategist (how to get there)
'me' prayers for the leader...
ted.com
barna.org
@YouthMinInfo
@YWJournal
look-look.com
malcolm gladwell
'we' prayers for leadership...
'see' prayers for leaders...
MISSION STATUS - say it, say it again,
and say it one more time
'key' prayers for leading...
tribal leaders make reaching
tribes much easier
these tribes are passages
to the youth ministry
the foundation of your
G l o b a l D r e a m
begins with your
L o c a l D r e a m
(u n i t y)
(r e c r u i t)
(p e r s o n a l)
(p r o p h e t i c)
risks

regularities

regrets

relationships

rewards

risk is really FAITH.
and without FAITH
it is impossible to please Him.
There are patterns that dictate
your vision success. Patterns like
discipline, faithfulness, repetition,
and self-leadership
Do not allow your visions and dreams
to be buried in the cemetary of regrets.
A place where dreams, ideas, songs, poems,
companies, and relationships never happened.
Social awareness is more
about managing self and others.
How much time so you spend
Thinking about and serving others?
What are the returns
for your work? How
can you motivate self
to attack your vision.
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