Youth Pastors

A Private Faith is A Deficient Faith

In a little over a month, I will head back out to Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary…

Maximizing the Impact of Camp Ministry In Youth Ministry

For camp ministry to be more than just a mountaintop experience in youth ministry, partnerships have to be fostered and built with parents, the church and the students.

CILT :: A Student’s Perspective

Mount Hermon will always be near and dear to my heart because it is where Christ pursued me to be His disciple. This past summer, I experienced Ponderosa Lodge from an entirely new perspective; I was a CILT. CILT, or Campers in Leadership Training, is a two week program in which high school students are trained to share the love of God with junior highers

Ponderosa Lodge :: A Student’s Story

Mount Hermon’s Ponderosa Lodge is safe. My heart is secure in the Lord because of the people He surrounded me with there. Those people have helped me keep my camp high moving and getting better. Through them, I see God’s grace and God’s love. Thank you, Ponderosa Lodge.

5 Lessons I Learned from Recess

Recess is a youth worker event held at Mount Hermon every fall. Here are five lessons I learned from Recess this year.

Summer Camp Through the Eyes of a Student

  This is a guest post written by Evan, a high school student who attended…

Beyond “The 28 Day Challenge”

Join us in our “Beyond the 28 Day Challenge” Bible reading plan as we read through the Bible together after camp to continue following Jesus.

AMATA :: the Beloved of God

Listen up ladies! We have a few questions for you: Do you enjoy babysitting? Do…

ECHO :: Can You Hear It?

This summer Mount Hermon Youth invites you to take a step into the unknown–to try…

Safety @ Ponderosa Lodge

Safety is one of our number one concerns at Mount Hermon. Here is a look at some of the basic safety precautions we take at Ponderosa Lodge:

Boyz II Men

Mount Hermon is doing a trial run of a camp experience for 16-18 year old guys who want to learn what it means to be a man after God’s heart.

Education, Learning Styles and Annoying Posters

Learning styles call for various teaching methods and Mount Hermon intentionally programs for all learning styles.

4 Steps to Move Beyond Hanging On For Dear Life

there are some simple practices we can do to move beyond the craziness of life and live the full life that Jesus promised.

The Small Print

small print warnings exist to protect us from harm and lead us to a healthier, more fulfilling life. God’s Word is full of those warnings.

Creativity, Disney & the Imago Dei

A three-staged process to harness creativity as a youth worker in youth ministry, as a parent or even a student.

Ready or Not, Here We Go

Mount Hermon Youth programs have big plans for 2011!

Top 10 Programming Lessons Learned at Disneyland (part 2)

what the Mount Hermon youth team learned about programming from Disneyland

Top 10 Programming Lessons Learned at Disneyland (part 1)

The top 10 lessons the Mount Hermon Youth Team learned about programming from their Disney experience.

Mount Hermon Youth Summer Staff 2011

Are you looking to do something big this summer? Check out this quick interview with…

“What Does Mout Hermon Mean to You?”

Submit a blog post answering the question “What does Mount Hermon mean to you?” We want to hear your story!

Such a Great Cloud of Witnesses

We become like the people we hang out with.

4 Disciplines to Remain Faithful to Jesus

Paul shows us 4 Disciplines to Remain Faithful to Jesus in 1 Corinthians 16:13.

Meet the 2 New Youth Interns

We have 2 new interns in the Youth and Young Adult ministries department at Mount Hermon-Abbie Riley and Shane Henning.

Advice for Young Leaders

The Bible advises young leaders to live their lives as a pattern for others to follow. This happens by following Jesus day in and day out. We can’t lead people where we ourselves have never been.