Archive / October, 2013

LIVE Apologetics Curriculum

In a pluralistic culture filled with numerous voices and worldviews, how can we help our students more clearly understand, explain, and defend their Christian faith? The 17 lessons in LIVE Apologetics will equip teenagers to do just that! LIVE Apologetics will equip and encourage your students to clearly and effectively explain why they believe what they believe. And […]

Sometimes Strategy Means Slowing Down

Carl Honoré is an award-winning Canadian journalist and international best-selling author of “In Praise of Slow: How a Worldwide Movement is Challenging the Cult of Speed”, a book that examines our compulsion to hurry, and chronicles a global trend toward putting on the brakes. An engaging, incisive and humorous speaker, Honoré builds a compelling case […]

JellyTelly IOS App

JellyTelly is now available on your iPhone/iPad/iPod! Take your JellyTelly.com membership everywhere you go with this free app! With this app, you get instant access to over 100 hours of Christian videos in an ad-free environment with trusted shows for kids like “Buck Denver Asks…”, “What’s in the Bible?”, “Theo”, “Parables”, “The Pond”, and more. Not a […]

Coming Face-to-Face With God

I was recently asked — as in a mere few hours ago: “How do we disciple students?” It was an adult leader who was really impressed by the caliber of students here with us at the Face-to-Face Retreat this weekend up here in Medora, ND. The Face-to-Face Retreat is hosted by the New Song student […]

Preventative Maintenance Calendar

Our friends over at CYMY (Center for Youth Ministry Training) posted a great article on scheduling and time management today. Have trouble staying ahead of the game in the annual streams of activity that ministry takes you on? This is a must read… Your ministry needs a maintenance calendar just like your car does.  When […]

Are You A Moralist? Part 2

Three weeks ago I started a series fueled by a post written by one of my students. Then I had back surgery — with complications — and wasn’t able to continue it right away. So go ahead and give part 1 a read, then we’ll continue our look into the moralist movement. – Derick Brown No […]