Tips for Faith Formation and Youth Leaders

Tips for Faith Formation and Youth Leaders

As partners in congregational ministry serving children, youth, and adults, we ask what are our goals for leading at this time, how do we maintain community and relationships, and what is essential?  

The resources on this page include the weekly Top 3 Resources and others to assist practitioners and leaders to offer meaningful ministry during this time in creative ways including through virtual and online media.  You'll find resources here for your ministry and for soul care during this time of physical distancing. 

This Week's Top 3 Resources:

Others

Events:

Formational Resources:

Relational and Support Ministry​:

Online Devotional Resources :

Facebook Conversations -You can set up a private Facebook Group for your families to hold live or posted conversations, with photos and videos (free at facebook.com). 

Safety Online and Phase Forward-Building Re-entry:

File of Resource Links

Media, Video Conferencing -Resources to Use Online:

Create Your Own Podcast -PodBean.com (free) 

Create Your Own Blog -Check to see if you can set up a blog page on your church’s website. Website builders like WordPress.com and weebly.com allow you to set up a blog for free. 

Twitter -Capitalize on a season such as Lent to tweet 140 character prayers, quotes, scripture, etc. to send out daily. 

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