Topic dating ministry


11-Jan-2020 12:32

Once you have them, keep them in the Word and protect them from getting over-extended. Some groups even have a policy of limiting the number of years anyone can be in leadership to avoid burnout.3) Watch for "sharks." One or two people can affect the entire fabric of the group—either positively or negatively.

I've seen one godly person turn a whole group from a little social gathering that's Christian in name only to a group that's on fire for the Lord.

Use them for teen devotionals, at the end of camp sessions – anytime you want teens to get closer and share what is important to them.

When you get together with friends, sometimes you want to do more than just gossip or dance.

I've learned several lessons from these experiences:1) Pray and plan.

They can also be used by teens in a relationship for a while and want to find out more about someone.

They also should spend time planning with the pastoral staff to come up with a goal and a mission statement.