Skip to main content

‘Take, eat; this is my body.’ Matt. 26:26

Ministries With Youth
Join us on Facebook   Subscribe by RSS

For more information:

Gina Yeager-Buckley
(800) 728-7228, x5497
Send email

Or write to:
100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202


 Have you seen the new look of d365.org?

d365.org new logo

For over 13 years, d365 has offered free inspirational and relevant youth devotions to millions of online users. d365.org is an integral part of millions of people's prayer and devotional life. Ministries with Youth and the Presbyterian Mission Agency is a sponsor of this unique ministry and we are proud to announce a new design for d365.org. In addition to the new look and colors, there is now full control for music and a searchable archive of past devotions!  Plus devotions written by Presbyterian Youth Workers, including Grier Booker-Richards, Neil Myer and Gina Yeager-Buckley. Click here to check out the new site!

 


Presbyterian Youth Book Club

New recommended reads for your youth group! Engage your young people in exploring their faith through fiction and fantasy. Presbyterian Youth Book Club study guides include bible study, discussion questions, community building, and a youth friendly flow. Written by experienced youth ministry practitioners. (And they're FREE too!)

Interested in starting a book club with your youth? Here's a resource to help get you started. Click here! (.PDF)


 

Quicksheets: Fast and Fabulous Ideas for Youth Ministry

 

 

New Quicksheets for 2014!

  • Collective and Communal Youth Ministry - NEW 2014
  • Community Life Covenants for Youth Groups - NEW 2014
  • Fundraising Ideas for Youth Ministry - NEW 2014
  • Important Forms in Youth Ministry
  • Choosing Curriculum
  • Conversation Starters - Getting the Conversation Going
  • A Time to Celebrate - Back to School in the Church
  • They are a Child of God Too: When your child is in the youth group
  • Playing Through the Parables
  • The Talk:  Faithfully Talking to Youth About Sex
  • Faithful Families:  Practical Ideas for Living Out Our Faith at Home

And more! See the complete listing of Quicksheets including the 2013 sheets.

The complete listing of Quicksheets can be found by clicking on the link above to the Resources Area for Ministries with Youth.  Scroll through the full list to find the various resources.  The newest Quicksheets begin with #26 and continue through #45. 

*Quicksheets #28 and #38 are being updated and are not available at this time. 

What are Quicksheets?

Quicksheets are free resources! Easily downloadable – these are simple, concise, resources featuring quick ideas, articles, and thoughts on essential elements of youth ministry. Written by youth workers, educators, chaplains, parents, pastors and youth ministry instructors.   Quicksheets are perfect for your volunteer youth leaders, Sunday school teachers, CE committee, parents and youth.

Learn more


 

Presbyterian Youth Triennium information available online NOW

2013 Youth Triennium logoAs you make your way through the website you'll find videos and pictures from the event.  

The 2013 Presbyterian Youth Triennium was held July 16-20, 2013 at Purdue University.  The website features an FAQ link that gives valuable information about the event!

Visit the Youth Triennium website


 

 

 

Teen suicide: practicing prevention and pastoral care as the Body of Christ

Use the resources contained within this packet to practice prevention and pastoral care with teens who are at risk for suicide.

Download


Comments

  • Expenses for Production Team members are covered (travel, housing, meals, mileage, event registration) by Gina Yeager-Buckley on 08/25/2011 at 10:43 a.m.

  • Hi Kendra! Production Team applications for the 2013 Production Team will be available via this website, the Triennium website and in your presbytery office in late August 2011. by Gina Yeager-Buckley on 07/18/2011 at 10:46 a.m.

  • Have PYT 2013 Design Team applications been posted yet? I can't find them here or on the Triennium website. by Kendra Grams on 07/18/2011 at 10:41 a.m.