Teenagers & Video Games (it’s not what you think)

Written by Aaron Helman

Depending on which statistics you choose to believe, the average teenager plays anywhere from seven to twelve hours of video games a week.

And if you know the same kinds of teenagers that I do, you know that many of them spend a lot more time than […]

Scannable: Using Technology to Organize Your Ministry

Written by Mike Sheley

How many of you would describe yourselves as organized?

If you’re like me, it’s more of a learned skill than a natural ability.

That seems to be common in youth ministry.

Ironically, with payments, forms, paperwork, invoices, receipts and good old post-it notes, our ministry requires a ton of organization.

How do we keep all of […]

Technology: Bracket Madness

Written by Mike Sheley

It’s that time of year again where as a nation we are consumed with brackets, underdogs, favorites, picks and numbers like 16, 8, 4 and 1. It’s a madness that runs from March through the beginning of April and, if we’re honest, distracts us from our normal daily routine more than anything […]

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