Episode 50: The Big 50!!!

http://adventuresinministry.com/ympodcast/050

The YM Podcast celebrates its 50th episode! 

Eric & Andrew discuss all the things that have changed since recording episode 1. Plus you need to hear their interviews with their most loyal(?) listeners... THEIR MOMS!!!

And since they are celebrating a big moment in the YM Podcast history, they also talk about moments to celebrate in Youth Ministry. 

Have you listened to all 50 episodes? Let us know and we'll give you a shoutout in episode 51!

Send us a message on Twitter (@theympodcast) or Facebook (facebook.com/theympodcast).

Episode 48: Ministering To Parents (Part 1)

In episode 48, Eric & Andrew talk about "Ministering With Parents". They discuss what they use to communicate with parents and different ways they minister to the parents of their students. 

We mentioned a few resources in the podcast...

Chad Landman's Website for Active Digital Parenting --> http://www.chadl.co/adp/

The Culture Translator --> https://axis.org/ct/


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Episode 46: Ministry With Children

In Episode 46, Eric & Andrew discuss what ministry is like before they had children and after they had children. They discuss how ministry gets better, but also the challenges of trying to work in youth ministry and raising a family. 

Whether you have children or not, you need to listen to this episode. 

Give us some feedback by emailing us at theympodcast@gmail.com or on Twitter (@theympodcast). 

Episode 45: When Your Group Changes

Episode 45: When Your Group Changes

 

In episode 45, Eric & Andrew discuss how to handle when your group changes. It happens every 4 years. How can you keep good relationships with all of your kids, not just the ones you bonded to when you first moved? How can you keep your ministry fresh and continue to have kids buying in to the youth ministry program? The guys give some advice and share what's on their heart. 

Listen here --> http://adventuresinministry.com/ympodcast/045

Episode 44: What We Love & Hate About Youth Ministry

Episode 44 - What We Love & Hate About Youth Ministry

In episode 44, Eric & Andrew make YM Podcast history! For the first time ever, the guys got to record together, in person. They were also joined by two guests - Philip Jenkins & Jared Criswell. 

The group discussed what they love and hate about youth ministry. It gets real. And there's a lot of laughs.

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http://adventuresinministry.com/ympodcast/044

Episode 43: Summer Planning

In episode 43, Eric & Andrew discuss why you should start planning your summer right now. They discuss establishing goals for your youth group for the summer, how to balance fun & spiritual events, keeping costs for events in mind, and the most difficult of all - being balanced in spending time with your students and with your family. 

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Also if you're attending the Freed Hardeman University lectureship, come find us!

Episode 42: Youth Group Relationships

042 - Youth Group Relationships

On Episode 42, Eric & Andrew discuss what every youth minister hates... when your students begin dating each other. How do you handle it? What rules should you have in place? What do you do when they break up and it causes a massive youth group split? Plus learn how to be a ninja when it comes to teen relationships. 

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Episode 41: Middle School (Round 2) w/ David Knox

041 - Middle School (Round 2) w/ David Knox

http://adventuresinministry.com/ympodcast/041

In episode 41, Eric & Andrew interview their middle school ministry guru...returning guest...David Knox from Otter Creek. 

David gives some great ideas about how to make middle schoolers feel awkward, how to utilize adults, how to create a phone booth for your class, and even a little NBA talk at the end. 

If you struggle with connecting to middle schoolers, you need to listen.