Who's ready for some new content?
I know I am.
It's been quite a start to the new year, but after taking some time to focus on some student and kid ministries needs at the church, I am finally ready to get back to some sort of regular activity here at The Youth Worker Daily.
Starting next Monday, March 15th, fresh new content will begin posting again! Yes! New Content!
2020 made a significant impact on the youth ministry world. Online gatherings, hybrid in-person meetings, Zoom, masks, social distancing; all I can say is, WOW!
But with things slowly beginning to improve, many youth workers, including myself, are looking to get back to some sort of normalcy. As I begin to bring my student ministry back, there are a lot of things we're going to do different. Covid has reminded me of some basic ministry moment that have been overlooked or forgotten. My hope is to share some of these "lessons". And as I look at bringing a "basement to attic" remodel to our student ministry, I want to share what we're doing, what will be different, and how we hope to do a better job caring for students as we step into the future.
So come along and let's see what God does. 2021 is going to be an exciting season of student ministry!
- the youth worker daily
Jay Higham is a veteran youth worker of over 28 years; having worked with students in the local church and Christian camping settings. Jay is currently serving as the director of family ministry at a church, located in West Virginia. Jay has been married to Amy for over 23 years. Together, they are raising 5 kids, (4 boys and 1 girl). Jay is an aspiring author, blogger, speaker, vlogger, and social media junkie. He is passionate about student ministry, family ministry, and training youth workers to love and serve their students with passion and excellence.