This xistera is made from durable ABS plastic and it’s apparently capable of launching a snowball up to 150 feet, which is pretty impressive even if it never reaches 188mph
35 trigger questions to spark conversation
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Discover the top-five strategies (and tons of fun ideas) that’ll get kids and families returning to your church every time!
With all the different entertainment and media outlets, we live in such a visualage. Movies are bigger, TV is grander, and information is sent out at the speed of light. It’s exhausting just trying to keep up! So as ministers, how can we compete? How can we take the Bible and make it come alive? How can we take a practical application and burn it into the minds of students so that it’s not easily forgotten?
The Pew Research Center’s most ambitious examination to date of America’s newest generation, the 50 million Millennials, is prefaced with the admission that most readers don’t need a team of researchers to tell them that the typical 20 year-old, 45 year-old, and 70 year-old are likely to be different from one another.
TOP 10 WAYS TO BE RELEVANT IN YOUR YOUTH MINISTRY
OK, I guess it’s just an unavoidable part of being in youth ministry. Most all the great suspense and adventure movies have one, so why shouldn’t youth ministry? What am I talking about? I’m referencing the occasional, not-so-fun role of being the “bad guy.”
As texting has become a centerpiece in teen social life, parents, educators and advocates have grown increasingly concerned about the role of cell phones in the sexual lives of teens and young adults.
Responding to Kids Whose Parents are in Chronic Conflict The Myth of the Sterile Youth Room “You might have a lot of problems and distractions outside this room, but when you’re here you are in a different world.” How many of us say—or communicate without actually speaking—something like that to students about our youth ministries? Sometimes as youth workers we [...]
Many teachers leave the field after only a few years: stress, coupled with a lack of support, is often cited as one of the reasons. Even for seasoned teachers and youth workers, working with kids on a daily basis can be extremely challenging. Coping with behavior and emotional problems, lack of motivation, and difficult families can push even the best-intentioned youth [...]