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THE 9 ESSENTIALS OF YOUTH MINISTRY THE POWER OF GOD PURPOSE POTENTIAL AUDIENCE PROGRAMS PROCESS PLANNED VALUES PARENTS PARTICIPATING LEADERS PERSEVERANCE. PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS Reaching the Community Keeping the Crowd Nurturing the Congregation Preparing the Committed

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  • PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS

  • Reaching the Community

  • Keeping the Crowd

  • Nurturing the Congregation

  • Preparing the Committed

  • Challenging the Core




  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • Opening Questions

    • Crowd Programming: An open door to Community Students

      • Discussion and Chalk Talk: What should a Community service to the crowd look like?


  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • Opening Questions

    • Crowd Programming: An open door to Community Students

      • Discussion and Chalk Talk:

      • Doug Fields Ingredients of a Community Service

        • A Positive Environment

        • An element of fun

        • Student Involvement

        • An understandable message



  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • Doug Fields Ingredients of a Community Service

      • A Positive Environment

        • Contemporary Music

          • Question: Is secular music ok for community/crowd outreach?


  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • Doug Fields Ingredients of a Community Service

      • A Positive Environment

        • Contemporary Music

          • Question: Is secular music ok for community/crowd outreach?

        • Adult/Student Leaders Greeting those entering


  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • Doug Fields Ingredients of a Community Service

      • A Positive Environment

        • Contemporary Music

          • Question: Is secular music ok for community/crowd outreach?

        • Adult/Student Leaders Greeting those entering

        • Photographs of students enjoying the youth ministry on the walls. (e.g. James River Youth Center)


  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • Doug Fields Ingredients of a Community Service

      • A Positive Environment

        • Contemporary Music

          • Question: Is secular music ok for community/crowd outreach?

        • Adult/Student Leaders Greeting those entering

        • Photographs of students enjoying the youth ministry on the walls. (e.g. James River Youth Center)

        • Seating is arrange to make the room feel inviting


  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • Opening Questions

    • Crowd Programming: An open door to Community Students

      • Discussion and Chalk Talk:

      • Doug Fields Ingredients of a Community Service

        • A Positive Environment

        • An element of fun


  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • Opening Questions

    • Crowd Programming: An open door to Community Students

      • Discussion and Chalk Talk:

      • Doug Fields Ingredients of a Community Service

        • A Positive Environment

        • An element of fun

        • Student Involvement

          • Creative Teaching Methods

            • I want to preach on “The Bubble” and use a giant balloon

          • Interactive Games

          • Role Play

          • Panel Discussions

          • Testimonies

          • Spontaneous melodramas


  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • understandable message

    • Group Activity:

      • Break up into small groups

      • Come up with 5 messages that would be appropriate for this setting

      • Give them creative titles

      • Write up a creative opening or introduction that catches attention and even sparks interest.


  • Keeping the Crowd Students

    • understandable message

    • Group Activity:

      • Break up into small groups

      • Come up with 5 messages that would be appropriate for this setting

      • Give them creative titles

      • Write up a creative opening or introduction that catches attention and even sparks interest.


How to shout without screaming evangelism

How to shout without screaming“Evangelism”


How to be attractive without looking good fruit of the spirit

How to be attractivewithout looking good.“Fruit of the Spirit”


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Originated with God

21 And the LORD God made for Adam and for his wife garments of skins and clothed them.

(Gen 3:21 ESV)


  • Nurturing the Congregation

    • NIV 1 Thessalonians 2:8

    • We loved you so much that we were delighted to share with you not only the gospel of Godabut our lives as well,bbecause you had become so dear to us.


  • Nurturing the Congregation

  • Call Them What you Want

SMALL GROUPSLIFE GROUPSABS GROUPS



  • Opening statements

    • In the early church, fellowship was more about relationship than recreational.

    • Small groups are a long-term solution to the bigness of our culture.

    • A leader who can nurture a group of students will experience a depth of ministry never reached in just being up front and running the show.


  • Opening statements

  • The Big Idea about Small Groups.

    • Small groups allow

      • Students to be known

      • Students to be verbal

      • Students to personalize their faith

      • Encourage accountable relationships


  • Opening statements

  • The Big Idea about Small Groups.

  • Leadership of Small Groups

    • Level 1


  • Opening statements

  • The Big Idea about Small Groups.

  • Leadership of Small Groups

    • Level 1

    • Level 2


  • Opening statements

  • The Big Idea about Small Groups.

  • Leadership of Small Groups

    • Level 1

    • Level 2

    • Level 3


  • Nurturing the Congregation

  • IV. What your leadership Needs to Provide


  • Nurturing the Congregation

  • IV. What your leadership Needs to Provide

  • A. Determine Values

  • B. Establish Administrative Boundaries.

  • C. Lighten the Load of Leaders

  • D. Provide Training


  • Nurturing the Congregation

  • IV. What your leadership Needs to Provide

  • V. Express Vision for starting new groups

  • VI. Programming for Congregational Students

  • A. Homes for Small Groups

  • VII. SCHEDULE

  • 6:50 Leaders arrive

  • 7:00 Students begin arriving

  • 7:15 General greeting/announcements

  • 7:20 All-groups teaching time

  • 7:40 Small-group time

  • 8:30 Finished


  • Preparing the Committed

    • I. Preparing the Committed

      • Jakes & Students we never prepared.

      • The Mystery of Discipleship

        • No one agrees


GROUP DISCUSSION

WHAT IS DISCIPLESHIP?

WRITE A BRIEF DEFINITION OF IT.

HOW DOES IT TAKE PLACE?

HOW DO YOU MEASURE IT TO PROVE ITS TAKING PLACE?



  • Preparing the Committed

    • I. Preparing the Committed

      • Jakes & Students we never prepared.

      • The Mystery of Discipleship

      • A New Method of Youth Ministry Discipleship.

        • Enthusiasm behind Habits


  • Preparing the Committed

    • I. Preparing the Committed

      • Jakes & Students we never prepared.

      • The Mystery of Discipleship

      • A New Method of Youth Ministry Discipleship.

        • Enthusiasm behind Habits

        • Define the Habits of a Committed Christian. (Chalk Talk)


  • H.A.B.I.T.S.

    • Hang Time with God

    • A ccountabitlity with another believer

    • B ible Memorization

    • I nvolvement with the church body

    • T ithing Commitment

    • S tudy Scriptures


  • Preparing the Committed

    • . Preparing the Committed

      • Jakes & Students we never prepared.

      • The Mystery of Discipleship

      • A New Method of Youth Ministry Discipleship.

        • Enthusiasm behind Habits

        • Define the Habits of a Committed Christian. (Chalk Talk)

        • Find or Create Tools for Habits


  • Preparing the Committed

    • . Preparing the Committed

      • Jakes & Students we never prepared.

      • The Mystery of Discipleship

      • A New Method of Youth Ministry Discipleship.

        • Enthusiasm behind Habits

        • Define the Habits of a Committed Christian. (Chalk Talk)

        • Find or Create Tools for Habits

        • Be Encouraging



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