ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING SUMMER SIZZLER. (Please read this entire announcement to its end.) After consultation and prayer, the CCYM Leadership Team has made the decision to cancel Summer Sizzler 2020 in order to not contribute to the spread of COVID-19. Additionally, because we did not feel that we could present a similarly impactful ministry online in […]
If you are finding yourself feeling a little out of sorts, and maybe even forgetting what day of the week it is, we want you to know you are not alone. This season of doing ministry in light of COVID-19 is one that none of us feel prepared for. There is not a book to […]
The pre-launch team of the Tennessee-Western Kentucky Annual Conference is preparing weekly devotionals for leaders during this Easter Season. WEEK OF APRIL 20, 2020 – Change Read: Acts 9:1-17 There have been a lot of changes in our world lately. We have changed the way that we have church. Kids have changed the way that […]
Stephanie Caro shares her wisdom and humor about recruiting volunteers for ministry. She is an expert in helping churches and leaders develop systems that successfully recruit, retain, and celebrate the people that keep the ministry going!
Growing With: Every Parents’ Guide to Helping Parents of Teenagers and Young Adults Thrive in their Faith, Family, and Future.
By Brennen Boose NASHVILLE, TN – Over 2,400 youth and church youth leaders packed the Opryland Hotel and Convention Center for 2019 Warmth in Winter. Youth from all across the Tennessee Conference traveled to Nashville, TN to be reminded of how we are knit together through Christ. The theme of the conference was Woven. Based […]
One Body addresses how even the most active youth ministries can unknowingly hinder the development of their adolescents by preventing them from being integrated into the body of Christ. It also reveals practices that hinder growth within the body and suggests some exciting ways to connect the stories and lives of the youth and adults […]
Babies should sleep ALONE, on their BACK and in a CRIB. 139 babies died in Tennessee in 2016 from sleep-related deaths. Always place babies on their backs to sleep at night and at nap time. Babies who sleep on their backs are less likely to die of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Babies should always sleep in a crib. The […]