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ARLINGTON – Leadership principles from the business world can be translated to ministry principles as youth ministers across Texas learned during Leadership Tuesday at Youth Ministry Conclave. Full Story »


DECATUR – Luis Guevara feels called by God to minister to youth in Decatur. Life as a Christian is an exciting adventure, and he wants local young people to know it. Full Story »


Any number of methods can be employed to disciple youth, but leaders believe youth ministers can tell if their methods are working by evaluating whether their young people are following Christ and exhibiting the fruit of the Holy Spirit. Full Story »


Many congregations put much of their resources into reaching and serving young people in their respective communities. They offer lock-ins, youth group gatherings and parties. Youth participate in camps, events and mission trips. Full Story »


Every other year, students from Tallowood Baptist Church in Houston take a mission trip without a plan. But there’s plenty of guidance from above. Full Story »

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By Courtney Wilmoth

ARLINGTON – For the 3,000 students in attendance at the 2012 Youth Evangelism Conference hosted by Texas Baptists, they heard a message from speakers and musicians of what it means to “glorify” the Lord with their lives, the theme for the event. Full Story »

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ARLINGTON – When trying to reach out to young people, ministers and lay people will face challenges and hardships, according to veteran leaders. There will be trials, setbacks and difficulties. Full Story »