Our brand spankin’ new blog is up and running and we’ve got tons of great content coming your way. Content that will help you do Middle School Ministry better. Content written for our tribe and by our tribe.
And that’s where you come in.
You’ve already heard Shef say that our dream for Uthmin is to create a place where the best ideas for Middle School Ministry are shared and discovered.
So, Middle School Ministry people of the world, we want to hear from you.
What are you thinking? What is working for you?
We are now taking submissions for the Uthmin blog!
If you have a cool idea that you’ve done in your Middle School Ministry, we’d love to hear about it and maybe even feature it here on the blog. If you’ve got something you think would benefit the rest of our tribe, go ahead and submit it.
Here’s what we’re looking for…
- MAKE IT PRACTICAL. We’re looking to share specific ideas that others can easily implement in their ministries. Maybe it’s a super fun game that you’ve played recently. Maybe it’s an event that your middle schoolers really loved. Maybe it’s something that helps you connect with or equip your parents. Be creative! We’re looking for practical, tangible, concrete ideas.
- BREAK IT DOWN. Share your idea in a way that others can easily replicate it. Give a how-to, some step-by-step instructions, or whatever other details might help someone else put your idea into practice.
- INCLUDE SOME PHOTOS. Because who doesn’t like looking at pictures, right? If you have any photographic evidence of your awesome idea, we’d love to see it in action!
- SHARE YOUR WINS. Tell us a little bit about why this idea has worked so well for you. What did it accomplish? What kind of feedback did you get? Why was it so awesome? What was the strategy behind your idea? How has it affected your ministry?
- MAKE IT MIDDLE-SCHOOL-SPECIFIC. Because, well, Middle School Ministry is what we’re all about, of course!
We’re so excited to hear and learn from you! To share an idea with us, just fill out this form. And if you have any questions, just ask!