This is great video on social media. It could be used in a youth ministry lesson as prep or even simply for training your youth leaders. To find out more about the crew who created this video, please visit here.
This video is just over nine minutes long but I would encourage you to watch it and consider using it as an exercise at your next youth leader meeting. The activity focuses on the mission of a team and then requires the team to come up with creative ways in which to trim the fat [...]
A great video that shows how our education programs seem to becoming less and less effective, engaging, and personal. This would be a great starter to talk with youth about how they can be lost in the Masses but how God desires to know and love them as they are! Or the video could be [...]
Busted Halo put out a great 101 series on the seven sacraments. We sharing with you the confirmation video from this series, but you can find all of the other videos from the series here. Busted Halo has put out a ton of great content, be sure to browse around the rest of their site [...]
I remember this commercial being played during a Super Bowl several years ago. I thought it would be a good Friday Fun post. It is an excellent video to start off a training session with your volunteers to laugh a bit at the craziness of youth ministry. Tim Schmoyer does a ton of great things [...]
Whenever I have something that is more humorous than resourceful I post it in the Friday Fun category. Need a break for a bit? Check out our Friday Fun section for more! I am posting this as a Friday fun because it helps us to laugh at our marketing techniques in the Church. But after [...]
This is an incredible video that could be used for a lesson on the meaning of life. It is a bit longer but is well worth it. The video is filled with incredible Catholic quotes, tons of inpiring video and music, and a very powerful message. Thank you to Hno. Mike for posting on [...]
This is a hilarious video just for your youth ministry enjoyment. If you could have a mascot for your youth group, what would you have?