Best Blog Posts of 2011 – The Final List

If you didn’t read our post on Friday, we are running an end of the year contest to find the Fan Favorite Youth Ministry Blog post of the year. These 32 posts below were nominated by our readers, and we need you to vote. Check out the official rules here, and check back every day and round to see who’s winning and cast your vote!

The winner will receive over $500 worth of Youth Ministry Goodies!

How to move from notes to action by J.C. Thompson

Asking the right questions to get your small group talking by Rachel Blom

Our own Rumprsinga by Benjamin Kerns

Is Youth Ministry  Deadby Kolby Milton

Skewing the Gospel in Youth Ministry by Paul Martin

How to be the best Youth Ministry Small Group Leader by Jeremy Zach

The Best kind of vision by Phil Bell

Intentional Student Ministry by Nick Farr

Everyone was a teenager once by Norm Tumlinson

How to do a self assessment by D.C. Curry

Whats wrong with a busy Youth Ministry Summer by Brian Kirk

Using QR codes for Ministry by Jeffrey Kammerer

Top 10 Characteristics of a Healthy Youth Ministry by Kenda Creasy Dean

5 easy excuses for Sub-par Youth Ministry by Ben Read

Speaking from an iPad by Austin J. Walker

10 things Youth Ministry needs less of by Matt Cleaver

The Distraction of Attraction by Grover Bradford

A Dream worth fighting for by Jason Walters

Facebook and Youth Ministry: Being Safe by Jeremy Smith

10 Ways to keep Youth Leaders long term by Josh Evans

When numbers matter in Youth Ministry by Adam Walker Cleveland

5 reasons why teens stop showing up by Terrace Crawford

Faith or Fear Parenting by Brandon Baker

When You know your Stressed by Brit Windel

Opportunity or Expectation by Geoff Cocanower

I’m Weak…That’s OK by Corey Gibson

Fighting for moments by Ryan Millard

The Recipe to writing in Ministry by Chris Wesley

A roadblock might be exactly what we need by Mark Cox

What every Church member should know about their Ministry Leaders by Jason Huffman

Barriers in Youth Ministry YOU put up by Heather Lea Campbell

Volunteers need something worth fighting for by Michael Bayne




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