Part Ministry Talk. Part Beer Review. But mostly ministry talk. Three Denver area youth workers engage questions and topics in a conversational style that are relevant to in the trenches youth workers as we all forge a pathway forward for how to lead in ministry settings in this ever-changing, fast-paced cultural moment. Sit down, crack open a beverage and take a listen.
Season 3 Finale
In this episode, the YMOT crew engages the need and various practices of self care in ministry
Shorty- What Do We Have So Many Bad Youth Group Names?
In this shorty episode, the YMOT Crew is recording at the Open Denver Conference with a few good friends and are discussing the phenomenon of bad youth group branding.
Does Group Size Matter?
In this episode, the YMOT crew discuss group size dynamics and to engage youth at all sizes of ministry.
Covid Check In
In this episode, the YMOT Crew check in with each other in this season of Covid-19 and how it has reshaped ministry as we know it.
Live At Open Denver
In this AMA episode, the YMOT crew welcomes several guest as they answer listerner submitted questions.
Do You Need To Go To School To Do Youth Mnistry?
In this episode, the YMOT Crew explores if you need to have formal education to lead and be effective in Youth Ministry settings.
Professional, personal, helpful, and hilarious. If you care about young people, and how to walk alongside them and their families for the purpose of discipleship and spiritual formation, you need to be listening to this podcast. And crack open a beer while you do it! It doesn’t improve the quality of the podcast, that’s already high - it’ll help take yourself a little less seriously and feel like you’re right in there with’m.
Refreshing and Timely
I really enjoy the interactions among these three youth ministry professionals as they tackle often challenging topics. They clearly respect each other and share deep & meaningful friendships, yet they are also able to challenge each other’s points of view and share diverse thoughts. They all clearly love the Lord and are committed to their chosen (and critical) profession. This is a podcast worth saving and sharing and re-visiting often. Great work!!
Real people talking about real topics.They each have a lot to offer. I love hearing the different perspectives from each host and can feel the deep friendship they have with each other. A really fun listen.