Ministering to today's youth often involves a good deal of high adventure and high risk. Such activities can draw young people to your church or ministry, but they can easily result in serious injury if not carefully managed.
It's the leader's role to stop an activity or situation from going too far. Teenagers aren't likely to be levelheaded in times of tough competition or high emotions. Be ready to step in when it counts.
Games play an important part in today’s church youth groups because they lay the groundwork for healthy social interaction. But physical games can end with someone getting hurt. Be smart with the games you play in youth group.
Do you follow a published set of guidelines and policies that govern texting and messaging practices for your ministry’s employees and volunteers who work with youth? Use this checklist to uncover areas that might expose your ministry to risk.
Selling fireworks for the Fourth of July may seem like an easy way for volunteers to raise money for church activities. However, there are some drawbacks to consider, such as injuries and increased liability.
The Product Safety Commission urges consumers to stop using water walking balls, large, see through, plastic balls inflated by a blower, due to potential risks of suffocation, drowning, and impact injuries.