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Meaningful Youth Ministry and Leading the Next Awakening

Here are two of my recent blogs that have caught a lot of conversation.

Meaningful Youth Ministry – Context Is King
About the four sectors of meaningfulness in a teen’s life: Cultural, Personal, Religious/Theological, and Family.

It can be easy to stay within the confines of the Church. But, meaningful Youth Ministry is present where teenagers live. Meaningfulness is intentional, relevant, and relative to the setting that youth live in. Much of ministry is just showing up and being incarnate. Not expecting students to understand our Church world and setting, but, that we would understand their world and setting. To be wherever the students are. Will you be a part of their world?

Is Youth Ministry Ready To Lead The Next Great Awakening?
About the difference between Program-based and Presence-based Youth Ministry and which one could impact The Next Great Awakening.

We must prepare this generation to lead The Next Great Awakening in modern America.
The American Youth culture is in desperate need of a spiritual renewal. This should be one of the most exciting times for the Youth Leaders and the Youth of the Church in our country. At a time when the hearts of young people are failing, it is a great time for spiritual Youth Leadership. Here are 2 principles we must understand if we are going to prepare teens in the American Church to lead The Next Great Awakening.

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Category: Ministry, Winter 2016

About the Author: Jeff Grenell, MA (Evangel University), has over 30 years of experience in church, parachurch, and public education focused on ministry to youth. Jeff has served as a local church Youth Leader (13 years), Motivational Speaker at national camps, conventions, seminars, and public and private schools (5 years), the Lead Pastor of a youth church (5 years), University Professor (9 years), and has Coached NCAA basketball, High School, and AAU basketball and soccer (14 years). Ythology Instagram Twitter

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