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tips for youth workers JULY 2014


Are You Ready to Serve?

Dear Friends,
As many of you will know the Junior Action program has been in use in our territory for many years. Over the years the program has undergone a number of changes, some of them have been significant and some not so significant. One of those changes many years ago was to move from a 12 unit cycle to an 8 unit cycle. In September 2013 and February 2014 we began our last units of this 8 unit cycle. These last two units are now complete and it is time to move forward once again.

In September 2013 the territory began incorporating Junior Action into a new children’s discipleship program entitled Ready to Serve. This program is creative, innovative and has been made available to you free of charge. Ready to Serve includes the key topics covered in Junior Action and has added many new topics as well.

We invite you to join Ready to Serve and to begin incorporating it into your corps’ discipleship plans beginning this September. You can discover all about Ready to Serve and register your corps for an on-line account at:

Partnering with you in children’s ministries,

Keith Pike
Territorial Youth Secretary

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  1. Comment from Laura Hickman, May 5, 2014 12:15pm

    I recently discovered the "CHAT Prayer Plan" and thought it could be useful with older children.
    C- Cheer God on for who He is (what about God makes you glad? Example: God You are an awesome God)
    H- Humble Yourself (If Jesus were to tour your heart or journey with you for a day, what would he find? Asking forgiveness for times we've made mistakes)
    A- Appreciate what God has done (expressing thanks to God)
    T- Tell God your needs

    This can be found at: