To game or not to game... that is the question. Some youth ministries see games as an essential part of youth group, and others think they are meaningless. So which is it? Here's 5 thoughts to consider.
The Skit Guys Join Jonathan on How NOT to lead a Skit! If you’re looking for some free, entertaining, goofy skit ideas… then look on our Stupid Skits page. If you’re looking for something that has some redeemable content, check out SkitGuys.com for some great resources for sale.
For more on how NOT to lead games, check out our quick article here, or get Jonathan's book, The Top 12 Resources Youth Workers Want, where he goes into much more detail and provides examples you can follow. This book also includes the top games, events, ideas, and discussion starters that youth workers want.
Jonathan provides 5 very practical tips for youth workers of how to connect with young people today in day to day situations.If you like this video, you'll love Jonathan's book on the subject, CONNECT."This by far is the most practical, practical book I have ever read actually implementing a strategy and structure to make it happen!"- Dan Kimball, They Like...
The Sticky Note Exercise-a Training by Jonathan McKee This exercise is part of Jonathan's CONNECT training workshop (click here to find out about booking Jonathan to bring that workshop to your area). This entire exercise and detailed descriptions of the "Six Types of Kids" are laid out in Jonathan’s new book, CONNECT.