Let parents and kids alike know you’re there to support them—not only as that first day approaches, but all year long.
"It’s exhausting. It’s messy. It requires significant preparation and oversight, but is it worth the investment? Absolutely."
How your church can practically get involved by mobilizing people to not only care for kids but also support those who do.
Mission Church in Ventura hosts an annual fun-filled, fast-paced prom for “the overlooked and the undercelebrated.”
First Presbyterian Houston has designed an innovative Sunday morning program for special needs children and youth.
“We don’t focus on what our special needs kids can’t do but rather what they can do."
"Unfortunately, many youth pastors think youth ministry is more like checkers than chess."
"Here are a few questions you should ask yourself about the 'welcome' feel of your youth ministry."
Vision Church in North Carolina takes people in the inner city from enablement to empowerment.
ReCity, a ministry of The Summit Church, helps organizations collaborate to reach at-risk youth in the community.