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Effective youth ministry in the military meets young people on their journey of faith, walks with them for awhile, and celebrates their gifts when they move to a new community.
Youth ministry leaders must intentionally include youth of diverse backgrounds in leadership and decision-making, or risk catering to a homogenous subgroup of the adolescents in their community, leaving others without the benefit of their services.
Hiring for Youth Ministry provides a step-by-step guide, practical tips, and reproducible handouts to assist in the hiring process.
Revised 2013. The I Live My Faith program is multi-disciplinary and designed to promote growth in faith by teaching youth, grades 4-6, about the Nicene Creed, sacraments, service, and prayer.
Card shows the image of footprints in the sand. Buy one for each participant. (Set of 25 cards)
Four essential practices for bringing intentional evangelization into the experience of answering the call to justice and service.
This research document by Charlotte McCorquodale, Ph.D., provides a snapshot of today’s professional lay ecclesial youth minister.
The leader’s guide brings you the expertise of a veteran morality teacher who not only provides helpful insight into the readings but also lends the wisdom gained from years of sharing the moral teachings of the Catholic Church with young people.