About this time last year, I wrote a piece for YouthMinistry360.com about starting the school year off right. It was written with you the youth worker in mind. You know, we all have habits. Some of those habits are good habits and some of the habits are bad habits. The start of the new school year is the prime time to start developing some NEW, GOOD habits.
5 Tips For Starting the School Year Right, suggest 5 good habit that can help your year get off on the right foot. Here’s a clip of the article.
Starting the new school year off right is a wonderful thought.
What a great time to get rid of a few bad habits, start a few good ones, and pledge to do things a little better than the year before.
See . . . told you it was a wonderful thought! Here are five simple suggestions that I know I will be using this year. Maybe they will be helpful to you, too.
Commit To A Daily Quiet Time With God
Maybe you already set aside time in your daily schedule to spend time in God’s Word. Great! Keep it up! If you struggle to keep a daily quiet time schedule, don’t freak out. Many struggle with setting aside this time. But let me encourage you to really commit to making time each day to spend reading God’s Word, praying, and listening. As those who lead youth, there really is no excuse for us not to be in God’s Word each day.
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*YouthMinistry360.com is one of my favorite resources for youth workers. They have a fantastic blog packed with great information, ideas, and how-to’s. But YM360 is more than a blog. They publish some amazing materials, resources and curriculum, most of which I have used and love! Check them out… www.youthministry360.com