Helping Young People through the Winter Blues

By Rev. Carla Wilson January 3, 2023

Congratulations! You made it through the gauntlet of Advent and Christmas. Pageants and showcases..

Appropriate Ways for Youth Leaders to Use Social Media

By Jonah Davis December 15, 2022

For many of us, social media has become a tool, hobby, or distraction. As social media platforms..

Using Mindfulness to Help Young People Navigate Emotions

By Rev. Carla Wilson November 22, 2022

Mindfulness has become a popular topic for adults navigating a fast-paced, even anxious,..

Starting an Equity Audit of Your Children, Youth, and Family Ministry

By Rev. Carla Wilson September 22, 2022

Across the nation and across denominations, youth and young adult educators are engaged on both the..

Children, Youth, and Family Ministry during COVID-19 and Monkeypox

By Jessica Davis September 8, 2022

As many of us prepare to increase our congregational activities involving young people, the last..

Responding to Young People's Mental Health Concerns

By Jonah Davis September 6, 2022

Compared to later in the academic year, many schools see a lot of reported mental health concerns..

Out-of-the-Closet Authenticity

By Jonah Davis July 12, 2022

When we consider the complexities for youth who are coming out of the closet, we often think about..

Empowering Youth for Faithful Activism

By Rev. Carla Wilson July 7, 2022

During the month of June, I was invited to open a local Juneteenth celebration with a prayer..

Talking to Young People about Gun Violence

By Rev. Carla Wilson June 7, 2022

I ask us to wrestle with a painful topic that is front and center in the news across the nation..

Communication Camp: Take a Crash Course in Being Together Again

By Tera Michelson May 31, 2022

Before this summer of ministry shifts into high gear, push reset on peer relationships among..

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