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Tim Schmoyer

Tim Schmoyer


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Conversations among those passionate for teenagers.

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Together we answer recent questions that have been posted at by other youth workers. Here are the ones we'll try to get to today. TDOAYS QUESTIONS Co-habitation and volunteers Planning for... more

Self-harm is becoming more and more common, especially among teenagers. How can we, as youth workers, best help teens work through some of these self-mutilation issues?

The word "technology" literally means "tool." We'll discuss different tools we use, most of them probably regarding the traditional sense of the word "technology," and why we use them. Join us to share what tools you recommend and why!

Every day people submit questions about ministry to and today we're going to discuss some of them and answer them together.

We often oversee the spiritual growth of others, but sometimes that means we neglect our own spiritual walk with the Lord. We'll talk about how to keep our own spiritual walk in check so we can model for others what a Christian life is... more

This is a question every person in ministry must ask because, at some time or another, it will come up. Working with people who all have different values, opinions, and ideas is bound to create some clashes sometime. So how should... more

We go through some of the recent questions posted at and answer them together, give advice, and discuss what youth workers around the country are asking and wondering.

Ideas and suggestions for helping parents get involved in their kids' lives spiritually.

Facebook is now a normal part of everyday life for most teenagers. How is it changing the traditional view of friendships, relationships, communication, and even faith?

Finding time, determining what they need to know first, getting everyone together, it all can become something that falls to the back burner pretty quickly if we're not careful.
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