Pictures WORK VERY WELL, Too

This is the second part in a 5 part series on youth ministry budgeting, which has been split it into two posts due to its length. 3 of the series, we will go into more details on the normal process for youth ministry finances. Right now I want to look at five more categories you will want to include in your proposed budget (plus some reasoning or thoughts behind each one).

This category has the potential to be always a rather high percentage of your entire budget, if you let it. You will want to include enough money to cover a speaker, a band, adornments, materials, advertising and food (if you don’t include it in the food category). Included in this category would be any event you hold through the yr, from your kickoff Sunday to a weekend retreat or area-wide gatherings. This category is for just about any expense you incur to “market” your youth ministry. Be creative with this category and use methods that will reach the training students you want to attain.

Do not get stuck in a pattern of marketing the same manner every year or even the same manner the congregation as a whole marketplaces. Your marketing budget might include items like: t-shirts, advertisements on Google, yard signs, yearbook advertisements, banners, espresso mugs, temporary tattoos, buttons, backpacks, notebooks, shoes. Of what you spend your marketing money on Regardless, you need to remember that your ultimate goal is to tell people about Jesus Christ, not about your youth ministry. I would encourage you to not spend a high percentage of your total budget on this category; rather, let your ministry speak for itself and have your students market via word-of-mouth.

These materials are essential to your ministry, though you will most likely spend very little time thinking about them. Be sure you have the finances for paper, pens, dry erase markers, pencils. You might include furniture or donuts in this category if you need to. 1 on stewardship if you have questions). You will want to budget for all costs associated with your website, any software you shall need, digital and/or video camera equipment, iPods or mp3 players, dVD and televisions players. Some of you may even have the ability to add a laptop or projector in this budget category. Just remember you don’t need the latest technology to be able to have a highly effective youth ministry.

This category is perfect for those materials you will need to be able to connect in a non-internet method. A few of it might seem I’m crazy for recommending we talk to students and parents in virtually any form apart from text message. It really is in this age of texting that I think the tactile hands written note is most effective.

Think concerning this; month how many written notes do your students get during the average? Unless its a note passed during Science class, I bet the answer is zero. Most people do not stop to hand write anything, even invites to parties are done online. When you take time to write an email to a learning student it shows them you care.

It only costs you a few minutes of your entire day, but its impact is higher than 10 emails. I have found that buying a bunch of blank records and postcards is easy and simple. You do not have to write a lot more than a few sentences, which means you do not feel like you have to say much too.

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Pictures work very well, too. Printing off a little extra pictures and send them to the training students with just a little note on the back. You will need to make sure you have enough postage, too. I recommend purchasing the notice stamps by the roll and postcard stamps a couple of linens at a time.

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