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Being a Youth Pastor

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Transcript of Being a Youth Pastor

YOUTH
Being a
What you see
Post-High School Education
What you don't see
Previous Work Experiences
Bachelor's Degree in Youth Ministry
Teaching
pastor
YOUTH
pastor
Why?
spiritual gifts
heart (passion)
abilities
personality
experiences
Leading weekly program/service
Leading and playing games
showing up where you find students
extracurricular activities at school
Leading Trips
summer camp/conference
weekend youth conferences
retreats
service projects
mission trips
Teaching/Preaching
s
h
a
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e
Complete Picture
Complete Picture
casting vision for where the ministry can go in the future
being a voice for students in the congregation as a whole and on leadership levels
Creating and turning in reports
weekly
monthly
quarterly
attendance
decisions
incidents
meeting with families
help people find counseling
weddings
funerals
volunteers
recruiting
training
scheduling
resourcing
evaluating
ongoing training
communication
students
parents
volunteers
social media
emails
coworkers
Bible Reading & Study
personal reading reflection/journaling & prayer
Hebrew & Greek
Biblical culture & events
author's intent & original audience
timeless rules and principles
implications for today's audience - specifically students
Events
evaluating
handling registrations, payments and paperwork
planning
recruiting leaders
reserving vehicles, rooms, etc.
promoting event to students and parents
Finances
fundraising
scholarships for special events
planning ahead for large expenses
annual youth ministry budget
weekly financial receipts and paperwork
monthly budget reports
Setting up before and cleaning up after programs, services and events
Ongoing training: books, magazines, journals, blogs, podcasts, conferences, seminars
Networking with other youth pastors, teachers & people who work with students
cultural anthropology
youth culture
generational differences
families
language usage and slang
social media
changes in media
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