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In my previous post I wrote about the changing climate of youth
ministry. Ten years ago it wasn’t difficult to get students to show up
to an exciting youth ministry event, but now it isn’t so simple. Changes
in students’ schedules, American culture, and family dynamics have made
it more challenging to get students involved in our ministries.
I’m not interested in sacrificing truth or changing the priorities of
my ministry, but I do want to make changes and adjustments to help me
better connect with this generation of students. Here are five of my
suggestions to reach a group of students that is busier and possibly
less interested in the church than ever before. Read more HERE . . .
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