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Strengthening our

Leadership as a
Youth Minister

Why do we serve?

Peter addresses the importance of


serving God in 1 Peter 4:10-11: Each
one should use whatever gift he has
received to serve others, faithfully
administering God's grace in its various
forms. If anyone speaks, he should do
it as one speaking the very words of
God. If anyone serves, he should do it
with the strength God provides, so that
in all things God may be praised
through Jesus Christ. To him be the
glory and the power for ever and
ever. Amen.

Romans 12:1-2 says,


Therefore, I urge you,
brothers, in view of God's
mercy, to offer your bodies as
living sacrifices, holy and
pleasing to Godthis is your
spiritual act of worship. Do not
conform any longer to the
pattern of this world, but be
transformed by the renewing of
your mind. Then you will be
able to test and approve what
God's will ishis good, pleasing

You call me Teacher and


Lord, and you are right, for
so I am. If I then, your Lord
and Teacher, have washed
your feet, you also ought to
wash one another's feet. For
I have given you an example,
that you also should do just
as I have done to you. Truly,
truly, I say to you, a servant
is not greater than his
master, nor is a messenger
greater than the one who
sent him. If you know these
things, blessed are you if you
do them John 13:13-17

Open-Minded
Work to consider all options when
making decisions. A strong leader will
evaluate the input from all interested
parties and work for the betterment
of the whole.
Resourceful
Utilize the resources available to you.
If you don't know the answer to
something find out by asking
questions. A leader must create
access to information.
Rewarding
An exceptional leader will recognize
the efforts of others and reinforce
those actions. We all enjoy being
recognized for our actions!
Well Educated
Knowledge is power. Work to be well
educated on community policies,
procedures, organizational norms,
etc. Further, your knowledge of issues