Posts Tagged ‘communication’

Safety: Permission Forms

Make sure you cover all your bases with a general permission form for your youth programmes. We've got a sample form that you can easily adapt to your own needs. This will enable you to also collect the relevant personal details, such as emergency contact details, and any relevant medical or... See more

Team games: Mute Organization

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Simply announce that you want everyone to line up by birth date. Only catch... no talking.
This provides a way to randomly mix people up. Once they are all lined up, get everyone to call out their birthday in order, starting from the top.
Congratulate them if they have it right, and note... See more

Bible Engagement: Hook, Look, Book, Took

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Doing talks using the Hook, Look, Book, Took approach.
‘Talks’, ‘God-spots’, ‘devotions’, ‘up-fronts’ - whatever you call it, youth leaders often feel nervous about doing Christian input well on your main youth group night.
The ‘Hook, Look, Book, Took’ model is a pretty... See more

Checklists: Speaking Up Front

Contributed by: Phil Trotter


It's always good to take a moment after youth group to debrief how effectively the message was delivered. Use this checklist to run through the key aspects of speaking up front to help you and your youth leaders develop your communication skills.
Speaking Up Front Checklist (PDF, 65KB) See more