Hi, fellow YM workers!
It doesn't matter if you're a volunteer, part-time or full-time youth leader.
I created this blog to encourage other youth leaders wherever you come from.
You'll find here youth ministry experiences, stories, articles, talks, evangelism tools, games, dramas, skits, and even a little poetry...
I hope you have a great time combing through the different resources on my blog!
(If you want to comment, critique, or advice on any given topic please feel free to do so. Thx)
Youth ministry is always a challenge. Youth ministry is consistently changing. Youth ministry is regularly surprising. Youth ministry is fresh all the time. (Mark Oestreicher)
Although students need guidance from good leaders, we often take on too much of the responsibility for their knowledge about God. We want them to blindly adopt our opinions rather than work out their own understanding. Instead we must help young people learn how to think for themselves with God’s perspective as their foundation and the Word of God as their rule. (Sean Dunn)
(You'll find more YM Quotes below the posts)
Thursday, December 19, 2013
contemporary:parable (example from Rob Bell)
It is always critical to get the message across to young people in new, different, creative and inspiring ways. I read this contemporary parable example today and thought it's worth sharing... you might find it thought provoking? That's good.
...here we go...
What is the Bible?
Part 25: Larry At The Airport
It’s Monday, which means it’s time for a
parable. To take our game to a whole new level, there are two parts to
your participation on this one.
First, there’s a blank at the end. How would you fill it?
Second, what story from the Bible do
think this parable is inspired by? Send me your response using the Ask A
Question button at the top of the page.
As always my friends, I’ll post highlights of your brilliance, wisdom, insight, and insanity.
Imagine you’re sitting in the baggage claim area at the airport,