3 Things to Plug Into for Your Youth Ministry!! YouthWorkerCircuit

We are excited to share that we have partnered alongside some of our team members who have created YouthWorker Circuit!

The YouthWorker Circuit is a membership based site that will provide

  1. ongoing high quality weekly curriculum
  2. weekly strategy emails,
  3. live call ins to discuss the current curriculum series and other youthworker needs

They are also throwing in a bunch of other awesome resources like;

  • expert interviews
  • visual backgrounds
  • youth ministry ideas
  • administrative resources
  • video trainings
  • get it done tutorials
  • and more awesomeness!!

They see “the Circuit” as a place where relationships & resources match. No longer are you stuck having to buy a book and never have a place to go to discuss, talk about, or make improving suggestions. They are walking alongside you after you get plugged in.

1. YouthWorkerCircuit.com just launched and, how cool, they are offering their monthly membership for just $9.95 as their “Early Adopter” rate. It won’t stay like that forever, so plug in now.

You can get plugged into the YWC FREE weekly tips emails. They have two weekly emails that go out to give you a solid foundation for your youth ministry. 2. & 3. Sign yourself up for the Youth Ministry Weekly Tip & get your Senior Pastor signed up for the Pastors who have a Youth Ministry Weekly Tips!!

About Charles Harrison

Charles W. Harrison is the CEO of CircuitWriter Media LLC and The Center For Youth Ministry Excellence. He is an active blogger on several platforms. He spends most weeks teaching and coaching Youthworkers across the nation as well as consulting with local churches in order to assess their youth programs using a systems approach in order to build a Wesleyan model of youth ministry. He stay anchored in the life of a local church as a volunteer Youthworker at FUMC Wichita Falls, Texas. In his spare time he writes curriculum and serves as the Board Chair of Proyecto Abrigo - a mission to build homes for families living in cardboard houses in Juarez, Mexico.