What Worked With Me – From a Guy’s Perspective

By Jon Brockman, Snohomish Washington High school is a fun and exciting time in life. I loved my high school experience—but that’s not to say that there weren’t times along the way that were...

Technology: Evolution of the Youth Room

Does the experience shape the room, or does the room shape the experience? Mandy Kyes / RPM Youth / Galt, California / Mandykyes@Hotmail.Com (This is the next in our series of Feature Articles from Youth Leaders Only 114 –...

One Solitary Life

When I received this familiar piece from friends this morning it reminded me of the purity of the Gospel and how Jesus is what Easter is all about. Interestingly, my friends Heniek and Jagoda...

How Do We Know That Jesus Is Alive?

By Ken McCoy • JumpStart Ministries • Charlotte, North Carolina • ken@jumpstartministries.comNOTE: This is an excerpt from interlinc’s resources built around the RISEN film. The excerpt does not include the Set Up ideas, the Warm Up...

What Worked With Me – From a Girl’s Perspective

By Kendell Richmond • San Diego, California Looking back, I understand that at first my reason for attending church had very little, if anything, to do with God. Instead, I believe my eldest sister...

How To Reach The Male Student Athlete

By Clay Elliott • Fellowship of Christian Athletes • San Jose, California “We must go on to other towns as well…” Mark 1:38 Every year I begin my chaplain duties for the San Jose...

3 Ways to Reach the Heart of the Female Athlete

By Megan Dickerson • Fellowship of Christian Athletes • Portland, Oregon   NOTE: This is one of the articles about “Challenge of the Sexes – Ministry to Guys and Girls” to which Youth Leaders Only members...

3 Keys To Meaningful Conversations with Students

By Dr. Greg Joiner • Fellowship Bible Church • Brentwood, TN • gjoiner@fbctn.org Out of all the camps, messages, Bible studies, and small groups I’ve been a part of, the one-on-one conversations with students that...

2018 Music-Media Manifesto

Fact #1 – Kids love music & entertainment media. They are engaged in it a whopping 9 hours everyday. 19,500 hours between 7th and 12th grade. Get the data here.   Fact #2 – To be effective in...