Attracted to a teen youth leader
Every church wants to increase the number of young people in its congregation. Tim Gibson asks a range of experts how best to do it. For many congregations, children and young people are viewed as a holy grail. But as any church leader will tell you, attracting young people to church is easier said than done. So how do you go about drawing them in?
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When a Student Falls in Love with the Youth Worker
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Because of the difficulties students have in early and mid-adolescence to manage strong feelings of intimacy, the new experience of having someone who listens and whom they can trust sometimes lead them to believe that they are in love with their youth worker. Sadly, many at-risk students are so accustomed to negative feelings shame, fear, guilt, anger that positive feelings joy, trust, contentment, playfulness are unfamiliar to them. Such students may not understand their own feelings, and they may not have the skills to differentiate them. Powerful romantic feelings may be directed toward the youth worker, threatening the health of the relationship. The youth worker may first become aware a student is having strong feelings by subtle changes in their demeanor or by more obvious signs, such as requests to meet the worker in non-ministry related settings.
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How To Make Youth Ministry More Relatable To Teens
To learn more about Brad, click here. Every youth pastor wants to attract the students in his or her area with big, exciting events. The events may get them in the door, but your ability to build relationships and relate to them will keep them coming back.
Attracting new talents is important, but it is also important to keep them. Companies and HR managers must be up to the task to attract and keep young people, as they are a considerable part of the current workforce. Their share will only grow in the coming years, which makes the task all the more important.
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