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Tim Schmoyer

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Conversations among those passionate for teenagers.

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Together we'll look at some of the recent questions and debates posted at MinistryQuestions.com and do our best to answer them and give input for the people who asked them.

Today we're asking the question, "Can you effectively minister to youth in a multi-role position?" There are many youth workers who do not serve full-time for only youth ministry. Some are the "Minister of Music, Youth, Children and... more

Something we can all easily chime in on is the hurdle of what typically happens "after high school" in the lives of students. Namely, the erosion of their faith during the college years. Much has been written on this topic, so chime in on our own... more

"Good Advice" versus "Worst Advice (that once sounded like good advice)" I've Ever Received About ___________. We'll consider some of the greatest learning curves we've personally been through in ministry, and perhaps what we did... more

If you could take your youth group to only one thing this summer, what would it be and why?

We've had a featured guest and a set topic for a long time, but today we're going to try something different. Plus we'll talk about bullying, transitions in ministry and more.

Most churches structure their ministry is silohs with "stage of life" ministries, but some churches are moving away from that and structuring ministry around the entire family. Matt Archer's church is doing just that. Today we'll talk about what... more

People post their questions at MinistryQuestions.com and today we're going to take some time to answer them personally.

I just got back from my second short-term missions trip to Haiti this weekend and learned a lot about discipling teenagers through missions opportunities, especially in Haiti. Julio Nieves and Jake Dudley where there with me. We'll discuss... more

When your last name isn't Stanely, Hybels, Groeschel what leadership looks like for the rest of us. How to be you and lead as God called you to lead.
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