What Did I Sign Up For? (Participant's Guide)
TO BE USED WITH DVD #317770 It's important to have a team of volunteers in your youth group who are equipped to do ministry effectively. This DVD training gives you everything you need to make sure your leaders understand...
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TO BE USED WITH DVD #317770
It's important to have a team of volunteers in your youth group who are equipped to do ministry effectively. This DVD training gives you everything you need to make sure your leaders understand not only the essence and philosophy of youth ministry, but also the important foundations of leading teenagers in a youth ministry.
Youth pastors rely heavily on their volunteer leaders in order to have an effective youth ministry. However, most volunteers come into a youth group with a very limited understanding of how youth ministry works, and what it takes to be an excellent leader. This DVD-based training tool will save youth pastors time and give them exactly what they need to train up a team of volunteer leaders that will take their ministries to the next level.
Author and youth ministry veteran, Chris Folmsbee, teaches on key aspects of youth ministry leadership in each session. The DVD includes four parts: Understanding Youth Work and Youth Ministry Relationships and Partnerships Developing Programs and Environments Administration and Logistics. As volunteers follow along with the relevant and practical DVD lessons and engage with the Participant's Guide, they'll discover the tips and tools needed to become indispensable parts of the youth ministry.
Chris Folmsbee served as a youth pastor for nearly 15 years and now serves as a volunteer youth worker in his local church. He leads Barefoot Ministries, a training and publishing company located in Kansas City, and serves on the staff of Youthfront, an organization committed to bringing youth into a growing relationship with Jesus.
Chris is the author of A New Kind of Youth Ministry; What Did I Sign Up For?: Things Every Youth Ministry Volunteer Should Know and Story, Signs, and Sacred Rhythms: A Narrative Approach to Youth Ministry, and frequently speaks to and trains youth workers, parents, and teenagers throughout North America. Chris resides in Overland Park, Kansas with his wife, Gina, and their three children, Megan, Drew, and Luke.