High School Crisis Conversation Guides for Parents and SGLs [FREE DOWNLOAD]

High School Crisis Conversation Guides for Parents and SGLs [FREE DOWNLOAD]

As students get older, the potential for them to experience a crisis—from tragedy, bad decisions, rejection, or trauma—also increases. And with the growing conversation around suicide, mental illness, and even shows like 13 Reasons, it’s becoming even more important for us to support our students and help them navigate any crisis they may be facing. Whether a student is facing the death of a friend, a parents’ divorce, a failing class grade, or even a bad breakup, understanding how... Read More
3 Ways To Set And Keep Goals That Drive Your Week [Jon Acuff Breakout]

3 Ways To Set And Keep Goals That Drive Your Week [Jon Acuff Breakout]

Last week we talked about goal setting . . . in July. And while setting goals in July is a bit unconventional, it might just be the best time of to set goals for ourselves and goals for our student ministries. But wanting to set goals is one thing. Actually setting goals that drive us to better ourselves and better our student ministries is another thing. This week, we want to help you set practical, meaningful goals that drive your week. That’s why we’re excited to share an audio... Read More
JULY: The Best Month to Set Goals for Your Student Ministry?

JULY: The Best Month to Set Goals for Your Student Ministry?

July isn’t exactly the month most of us think about setting goals. In fact, July is probably the time of the year when goals are farthest from our minds. After all, we’re a full six months past the goals we set in January and six months away from the goals we’ll set next January. Not only is it not goal-setting season, it’s the middle of summer. And summer means our lives are slowing down for a bit—especially after we get back from summer camp with our students. Maybe... Read More