For many youth ministries, the kick-off over the last two weeks exudes energy and excitement, but as students and leaders start to settle down that excitement won’t last. So how do you support students and leaders into the “meat” of the ministry season? How do you make sure your leaders are cared for? Sometimes (I’m guilty of this many times) as leaders, we focus so heavily on the program and
Calling all CBOQ youth pastors and leaders to join together for three days of fellowship, networking and learning. We'll gather at Camp Kwasind with Jason Hildebrand as our keynote speaker and Darin Martin leading worship. Our time together will include: peer learning opportunities for ministry coaching some wacky group games moments to relax and reflect especially around your soul Registration costs: $99 before June 30 $149 * EXTENDED TILL SEPT
Most of our church ministries operate with volunteers. Without them, many of our ministries would shut down. Many youth leaders have a problem recruiting volunteers. However, that's only one part of the puzzle. It's not just how to bring volunteers in service, it's also how you care for them. I've heard from some volunteers who feel they are essentially cheap (i.e. free) labour. Some don't feel appreciated or cared for.