An Evolution in Youth Ministry Curriculum
Because youth ministry doesn’t need another generic curriculum.
We believe the role of youth pastor is the most challenging in the church today.
Youth pastors: How can I please everyone AND be effective? Everyone else: Figure it out.
Too many youth pastors feel stuck and beholden to variables they can’t control — parents’ pushback, senior pastors’ opinions, expectations for attendance, budget constraints, and office duties.
But alas, we really are preaching to the choir. You know the deal. The reason you became a youth pastor wasn’t to be a glorified administrator. What you want (what you really, really want) is to reach youth with the Gospel. Finding a curriculum that works shouldn’t be another headache to deal with.
Youth culture is evolving and we believe youth pastors should have access to a curriculum that does, too.
Cultural relevance and biblical fidelity are not mutually exclusive.
Let’s be real: Youth ministry isn’t just about sharing the Gospel. It’s also about cultural relevance—without which, there’s no relatability.
Youth ministry is about creating a dynamic balance. It’s about sharing the Truth while holding space for conversations on topics that don’t always seem conducive to spiritual edification. It’s about listening better and arming yourself with a curriculum that empowers you to adapt content to your context and navigate the hyper-skepticism native to Gen Z’s world view.
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Say no to the status quo.
(You’re here to achieve something extraordinary. So common won’t cut it. It’s true what they say: “What we don’t need is more regular.”)
Choose your product.
(It’s not just what you say but also how you say it. Give sermons youth actually care about. Be relatable. Be relevant. Be real.)
Consume. Communicate. Connect.
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