Ministry Coach

Best Practices for Communicating with Students in Youth Ministry

October 13, 2022 Kristen Lascola Episode 120
Ministry Coach
Best Practices for Communicating with Students in Youth Ministry
Show Notes

Communication is half (if not more) of the battle in youth ministry.  Have you ever had a poorly attended event?  Have you ever gotten 150 phone calls, emails and texts the day of a youth group event from parents and students wanting to know the details?  Have you ever had someone say, "I had no idea about this" when it comes to the specifics of a program you are putting on?  It could be because your lines of communication are broken.  In this episode, we take a look at a bunch of different ways you can communicate with your students to make sure that they are aware of any upcoming student ministry event, program or deadline.  You will always be better off over-communicating and doing so well in advance as opposed to "winging it" last minute.  Will there still be some people that reach out and say they didn't know anything about it?  Sure, but it shouldn't be a result of you not pushing the info to them often and from multiple sources.  Also, make sure you check out the episode we did on communication between youth pastor and below!

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