The Hardest Job of a Youth Minister →

The hardest job of a youth minister, I have learned, is discipling teenagers. 
Notice I didn’t say “converting teenagers.” I even think that is relatively easy as you get a teenager involved, socially connected, and then plant opportunities for them to serve and connect and they will most likely make a decision. Yet, like you, I am seeing more and more Christians who are still attending services but could be described as nominal Christians at best. They really, if they were to be brutally honest, have no need for God because their lives do not call for the God of Scripture. Maybe the god of America but not the God of Scripture. 

Excellent post this morning from Robbie Mackenzie at Missional Youth Ministry.

Chad LandmanComment