7 Values Survey

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Value 1 - Intercessory Prayer Fuels It

Intercessory prayer is the discipline of praying for unreached people in your life, and in the lives of your students (Acts 4:31).

Value 2 - Relational Evangelism Drives It

Relational evangelism is lovingly and intentionally sharing the Gospel with those in your sphere of influence, and mobilizing your students to do the same. It often naturally results in occasional Gospel conversations with strangers as well (Colossians 4:4-6).

Value 3 - Leaders Fully Embrace and Model

Adult and student leaders inspire and influence others by example as they commit to personally pray for unreached people in their lives and consistently share the Good News of Jesus with them (Luke 6:40).

Value 4 - A Disciple Multiplication Strategy Guides It

A disciple multiplication strategy is a plan to take students into deeper and deeper levels of discipleship, while equipping them to do the same with their friends - making disciples who make disciples (Acts 19:8-10).

Value 5 - A Bold Vision Focuses It

A bold vision is a Kingdom-sized vision for your youth ministry centered on reaching students in your area that can only be accomplished by God's power and provision (Acts 1:8).

Value 6 - Biblical Outcomes Measure It

This is more than just counting attendance at your gatherings. Biblical outcomes are Scripture-based metrics that serve as a gauge by which you can assess progress, pinpoint weaknesses, and spot opportunities for growth (Acts 2:42-47).

Value 7 - Ongoing Programs Reflect it

In youth ministry, we program our priorities. When these values are real priorities, they will be reflected in  the youth group meeting run down, the weekly schedule, and the annual calendar (Acts 6: 3-4).