5 Things You Need To Know Before Planning Club When we understand the uniqueness of middle schoolers, we can plan a WyldLife club that meets them where they are developmentally and that looks different from its high school counterpart. When we intentionally try to meet their needs, kids are more likely to hear, experience and … Continue reading 5 Things You Need To Know Before Planning Club
Dad Jokes: Valentines Edition by Robb Schreiber OPTIONS for Dad Jokes: Dad Jokes are a fun thing for leaders to share from up front at the beginning of club as kids are coming to club. Have a devoted 3 minute section of club in which all the leaders line up in front of club and … Continue reading Dad Jokes: Valentines Edition
“Would You Rather” Valentines Edition “by Robb Schreiber” Tips to make this a great mixer: Tip1: Have everyone start in the middle of the room and then have them move to one side or the other. Tip 2: After they get to their side have them share their reason why with at least one other … Continue reading Would You Rather: Valentines Edition
Warm up your club by transporting kids to a WyldLife Luau Party! Here are some of our ideas. Beachy Hawaiian Attire Make this a win for everyone by suggesting kids wear hawaiian shirts, swim trunks, sunglasses AND by bringing plenty of extras for kids who might not remember or have supplies at home. Tip: You … Continue reading Luau Party Club-To-Go
The following post is taken directly from a WyldLife Wednesday email - which YOU can sign up to receive in your own inbox HERE. Create a Christmas-themed club or event that kids won’t want to miss – even kids who have never come to WyldLife. Kids will have a great time, and you will get … Continue reading A Christmas Club Kids Will Remember
An excellent article from Mary Lee Becker about doing ministry with our favorite people - middle schoolers!
One of MLK's most famous quotes comes from a speech he delivered to junior high students. Read more about why that matters for us today.