Youth Ministry RoundTable #4 | Why is my Youth Group not growing?

November 5, 2012     Keith Parker    

This week on the Youth Ministry Roundtable, our Youth Pastor Contributors discussed the question “Does God want my Youth Ministry to stay small?”

As we talked, we touched on the idea that sometimes Youth Pastors can feel frustrated with the thought that our hands our tied behind our backs, that no matter what we do, other circumstances in our church prevent our Ministries from growing, and what are we supposed to do during those seasons. Some of you gave us your thoughts and opinions in the facebook group, but we would love to know more of your thoughts on this idea, how do you advance the Youth Ministry when the church is holding it back? Is this even a healthy way of viewing things?

Let us know your opinions on what we discussed this afternoon, and join us LIVE every Monday at 3:30 PM Eastern for the Roundtable. If you have any questions or topics you would like us to discuss, share it in the comments.

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0 thoughts on “Youth Ministry RoundTable #4 | Why is my Youth Group not growing?”

  1. Spencer Thorpe

    Would love to hear more on 5th quarter, tailgating. Great discussion!

    Still wonder how to transition visitors from Lock-in to youth group. Too often these outreach events seem to have little fruit after bringing the initial numbers.

  2. Spencer Thorpe

    Would love to hear more on 5th quarter, tailgating. Great discussion!

    Still wonder how to transition visitors from Lock-in to youth group. Too often these outreach events seem to have little fruit after bringing the initial numbers.

  3. Jonathan Pearson

    The biggest excuse that I hear (from both parents and students) is that none of them have unchurched friends. All of their friends attend services somewhere else. I actually called them out on this fallacy the other night

  4. Jonathan Pearson

    The biggest excuse that I hear (from both parents and students) is that none of them have unchurched friends. All of their friends attend services somewhere else. I actually called them out on this fallacy the other night

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