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by Tricia Tembreull
When you are tired and lack patience, God desires you to be patient with someone that tries your patience in your life.
by Chris Epplett
There is a clear connection between relational ministry and prayer we often forget. When the teens are there, it’s time to build relationships. When they aren’t there, we can and should be praying for them.
by Perry Rihl
We need to help them to see that joy can be found in suffering and that a lack of outward happiness is not an excuse for despair.
by Mike Clauberg
I must have spent over an hour trying to toss that rock in the water, holding it in my hand like I still held the shame of my sins in my heart – there was fear, worry, doubt.
by Alison Blanchet
I began to think that maybe I’d keep quiet about the March for Life and be pro-life on a smaller scale. Have a holy hour to pray for an end to abortion. Show “October Baby.” Keep it simple and — most importantly — indoors. Then Blair joined our parish. A sophomore who had attended the March for Life with her Catholic school the year before she moved to Florida, she was glad to hear I had also attended.
by Joel Stepanek
I sat on the floor of my college apartment and started crying. I was an assistant youth minister at the time but was working full-time to fill in for the youth ministry coordinator as she was out on maternity leave. The other assistant youth minister and I spent the past […]
by Katie Prejean McGrady
The devil wants us to be alone, so he lies to us and tells us that we’re too tired and it isn’t worth it.
by Lisa Fahey
During this week in which we celebrate the new year, I often begin to ponder over the events of the past year and maybe you do too. How did another year go by? What went well? What did not go so well? What will the upcoming months bring? We begin to […]
by Life Teen
Editor’s Note: For use as a small group reflection, read the first couple paragraphs aloud, then watch the video and discuss the questions, ending your time by either reading the prayer together, or having one person read the prayer to the group. Who would the Holy Family be in our […]
When I entered youth ministry as a volunteer, I thought it was amazing. In hindsight, I think I realize why I thought that: I had a set group of teenagers that I ministered to every single week I never was around on Monday morning to hear about what was broken […]