The Talk Progression: Five Questions To Ask At WyldLife club, middle schoolers can have fun and also be introduced to the gospel. As leaders, we need to think about how to most effectively unfold this good news over the course of a semester. These five questions can help you decide how to tell the story … Continue reading The Talk Progression: 5 Questions To Ask
Hey, what’s up? … Hi there! How’s it going? … Hello (friend’s name.) What have you been up to? … Hey man! How’s school going? … Anyone else tired of sending these messages and just not knowing how the heck to carry on a decent conversation with your middle school friends? We aren’t pretending to … Continue reading Question of the Day 1-30
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
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.
We all know that the early adolescent brain is going through lots of changes. Here's a great breakdown of what those changes are and how they can affect your interaction with middle schoolers. (Produced by XP3 Middle School Media.)
A WyldLife staff person shares her tips and templates for preparing and planning a club talk.
Rory's Story Cubes offer unlimited possibilities as a WyldLife resource that's fun, funny, easy, and creative.
Here are 10 more important things about middle school ministry from Kurt Johnston's book, "99 Thoughts About Junior High Ministry."
Here are ten helpful WyldLife tips from the book "99 Thoughts About Junior High Ministry."