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DON'T look here for great games and skit ideas. But if you want help to train your leaders to effectively use the tool of YL club, look no further.
Nothing in YL is more important, and potentially as intimidating as contact work. Want fresh ideas as well as tried and true resources for training your leaders in Contact Work? Here you go!
Young Life believes in leader-centered camping. As great as our world-class camping properties and programs are, they can't hold a candle to the role our volunteer leaders play at a week of camp. Here are some nuggets to assist you train and equip leaders for "the best week of THEIR YL KIDS' lives."
DON'T look here for Campaigner lessons. This is the place for resources on how to teach your leaders about Campaigners--one the the greatest tools to help kids own their faith, own Young Life, and reach their school for Christ.
No matter where you go, kids are kids...but kids who have kids require leaders who are well trained to care for them! Here are some great resources for those of you working with middle school students.
No matter where you go, kids are kids...but kids who have kids require leaders who are well trained to care for them! Here are some great resources for those of you working with teen moms.
Ministry to students with disabilities has many unique challenges and obstacles. Here are some tried and true Capernaum leader training ideas for those of you needing to train leaders love kids with special needs.
Student leaders are one of my most under-utilized resources in most of our clubs. Here are some tips and training nuggets to use with your high school student leaders to set them up to love and lead well.
2 Corinthians 5:14 says "The very spring of our actions is the love of Christ." (J. B. Phillips). Here are some ideas on how to help your leaders grow in their intimacy with Christ so it continues to be what propels them into the world of kids.
Jim Rayburn (YL's founder) was a big believer that as YL leaders we need to "walk in wisdom to them that are without." (Col 4:5). Here are some resources on how to help leaders live a life worthy of someone who leads others.