Ideas for youth workers, educators, educational committees to support families of teens.
10 ideas for helping your youth engage with the people and places in your community.
For youth workers who have teenage children in the youth ministry programs that they lead.
Youth workers often have a unique view of and into the lives of the youth in their care. What youth workers wish parents knew about their teens.
By Faith is an order of worship youth and youth leaders can use for a "Youth Sunday". The text used in this Quicksheet was from August 18th, 2013 (lectionary text for that day) but can be used any time.
Ways to incorporate "back to school" rituals and activities into your youth ministry / congregational programs.
Simple and fun ideas to facilitate conversations with youth.
How to deal with, manage and incorporate cell phones, smart phones and personal technology into ministry with youth.
Templates for forms, policies, permissions and general community safety in youth ministry.
A youth worker's tools for choosing the right curriculum for your youth ministry programs.
Fast, fun and truly helpful suggestions for creating care packages for your post high school/college age young people.
Creative studies of the parables used by Jesus; for youth and youth ministry.
Helping parents of teens talk with their teens about sex.
Faithfully talking to youth, in the church, about sex.
Simple summer programs for youth ministry.
Ideas for taking youth ministry out of the youth room and into the community surrounding the church.
A verison of the Confesion of Belhar with references included to support the text.
The full version of the Confession of Belhar, published September 1986.
This is a translation of the original Afrikaans text of the confession as it was adopted by the synod of the Dutch Reformed Mission Church in South Africa in 1986. In 1994 the Dutch Reformed Mission Church and the Dutch Reformed Church in Africa united to form the Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa (URCSA). This inclusive language text was prepared by the Office of Theology and Worship, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
Changing Lives, a monthly e-letter from Deputy Executive Director for Mission, Roger Dermody which celebrates how God is changing lives through Presbyterian mission, is also available as bulletin insert.
In the midst of the changing seasons, God’s spirit continues to nudge us into new and engaging ways of reaching out to those seeking the hope of the Gospel.
Presbyterian Mission Agency Board pictorial directory