10 Twitter Accounts Every Youth Worker Should Follow

As youth workers we are always looking for new resources and information that could help us.  If you work with students here are 10 twitter accounts that you must follow.

@InJonathansHead

This is the twitter account of Jonathan McKee.  You will get a little from his personal life and a little about youth pastoring.  The gold is you will get great information on youth culture.

 

@DougFields

You will get a lot of great stuff on youth ministry and marriage.  You can’t go wrong there.

@stickyfaith

This is a portal to great articles and great information.  A must for anyone working with students.

@gregstier

Mobilizing students to reach students.  Greg twits nonstop about effective evangelism.

@YMManagement

Do you need help leading your youth ministry.  Then following Youth Ministry Management will help.

@edstetzer

Ed is on tweeter a lot.  But most of it is great.  Few people have a better grasp of what is happening within the North American church then this guy.

@PetersonDaily

Your soul needs to be fed.  Eugene Peterson, a pastor of pastors is the man to do it.  Thought provoking, profound, and timely.

@markosbeard

Mark Oestreicher is a provocative and much needed voice in youth ministry.  He doesn’t always say what is popular but what is needed.

@scotmcknight

A great theologian, author and teacher.  Us youth workers need to stay shape theologically.  Scot is an important voice for us to listen to.

@youthculturerep

If you want your finger on the pulse of youth culture then you need to be following Youth Culture Report.  It has all sorts of information in one place.

@YMUnleashed

And I wouldn’t be doing my job if I didn’t mention , if you aren’t following us please do and tell a friend.

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Tyson Howells

Tyson is the associate youth ministry director for Vanguard Youth Ministry Institute. He has been a youth pastor for many years in Winnipeg as well as in Edmonton. Tyson is passionate in seeing relational youth ministry that results in youth that are passionate about following Jesus. He still leads a small group at the youth group in his home church.

3 Comments

  1. Good list.

    –@terracecrawford

  2. Scot McKnight is great! I love your comment, “Us youth workers need to stay shape theologically.”

    It’s easy to get focused on the day-to-day tasks and other things that are easily checked off our to-do lists, while forgetting to strengthen the foundations of our faith that give us the mission and motivation we need to effectively minister to students over the long haul.

    I’m going to follow all of these guys today!

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