Friday, November 5, 2010

The passion for your youth group

As a youth ministry leader you need to let your passion and your love for Jesus Christ show through in every single word that comes out of your mouth while you are teaching your youth ministry students by the lessons and while you are delivering a sermon to your youth ministry students. When you allow love and the passion that you have for Jesus Christ to show through in your words and your actions you are setting a prime example for your students of how a follower of Christ acts and conduct themselves in the world today. When you are in front of your youth ministry and you are delivering a Bible lesson to them you must let them see that you are happy and enthused about the material that you are teaching to them. When a teacher is into the material that they are teaching to their students the reaction from their students is always a positive one because they see that the person who is teaching actually understands the material that they want their students to learn. When you are meeting your youth ministry through a Bible lesson for you are presenting them with a sermon that you have prepared let the love and passion for Jesus Christ that you have in your heart shine through. When you are with your youth ministry and you are performing an outreach program lead by example and reach her hand out to those who need help in your community. When you show your students that it is a good thing to reach out to those who are less fortunate and need help you are setting a great example for your students and you are showing your students what Christ did throughout his time here on earth. When your students see that you are reaching out to those who are less fortunate they will more than likely do the same and reach out in their own way with their own strengths and gifts that they have. Leading your youth ministry with a passion and love for Jesus Christ is a strong basis in a strong foundation for successful youth ministry. When you deliver the material that you want your students to learn in an interesting and creative way your students are much more likely to be engaged and participate in any youth ministry activities that you have planned for them. When you truly love the material that you are teaching to your students you will spend the time that is needed to prepare creative and interesting youth ministry material that will keep the attention of all of your students throughout the course of the Bible lessons that you teach to them and the sermons that you deliver in front of them. Leading the youth ministry has its challenges but it does extremely rewarding and has the possibility of changing the lives of anybody that participates in your youth ministry work. As long as you lead with your love and your passion for Jesus Christ you will do a great job as a youth group leader and will make an impact in many lives for many years to come.

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