YOUT 201 Test 2

YOUT 201 Test 2 Liberty University

  1. One of the six needs of adolescence is the need for motivation.
  2. There were three misconceptions of the youth pastor. Choose the answer below which was NOT given as a misconception:
  3. The first step in the life of a new saved student is to encourage the saved student to start sharing his or her faith with those without Christ.
  4. In reference to the philosophy of ministry, plan has to do with how we employ (strategy).
  5. In reference to the difference between youth groups and student ministries, youth groups are about the program.
  6. In developing an Integrity Relationship with lost students, the desired goal is for the lost student to hear the truth of Jesus Christ.
  7. Towns stated, “Methods are many/Principles are few/Methods may change/But principles never do.”
  8. What is not a benefit of programming?
  9. In the video “It’s All about Health,” Dr. Brown mentioned that developing healthy ministries begins with working to reach as many new students to the ministry as possible.
  10. In the video “It’s All about Health!” the point was made that programs (ministry structure) are positive to a ministry if they are:
  11. One of the core values of the IMPACT vision is to see a ministry that is competently working for Christ.
  12. According to the text, student ministries should have the goal of…
  13. Within the student pastor’s role as overseer, he must:
  14. In reference to the difference between youth groups and student ministries, youth groups are about being effective.
  15. According to the text, student ministries should reach students by means of…
  16. In relation to philosophy, the __________ is the basic overview:
  17. In the video “Putting It All Together,” Dr. Brown reviewed the course and finished by reading:
  18. In the video “How Do We Measure Success in Ministry,” Dr. Brown mentioned three of these. One was not mentioned. Which one was not mentioned:
  19. In the video “Ministry Takes a Team,” Dr. Brown (representing the youth pastor) and Dr. Earley (representing the lead pastor) made the point for each pastor to only focus on their own responsibilities and ministries.
  20. In the video “Ministry Takes a Team,” Dr. Earley stated that a leadership team needs to focus on prayer, valuing each other, and:
  21. In reference to the philosophy of ministry, purpose has to do with why we exist (mission).
  22. In the video “Ministry Takes a Team,” Dr. Brown spoke of the youth pastor position as a “pastor in training” position.
  23. In reference to the philosophy of ministry, principles has to do with what we emphasize (focus).
  24. One of the core values of the IMPACT strategy is to have the students be people of community.
  25. In reference to the difference between youth groups and student ministries, student ministries are about spiritual activity.
  26. In the video “Putting It All Together,” Dr. Brown stated that if a leader follows 2 Timothy 3:10–17, a leader will never lose students.
  27. Of the three leadership styles given, which one is correct:
  28. In the video “How Do We Measure Success in Ministry,” Dr. Brown stated “good is bad when it keeps you from the best.”
  29. There were listed five priorities of the youth pastor. Choose the correct Scripture for “Prepare the volunteer leadership team (staff) and students to be competently involved in ministry.”
  30. The philosophy remains resilient but the programs must be relevant.
  31. What level of ministry seeks to develop relationships with lost students?
  32. In the video “It’s All about Health,” Dr. Brown mentioned that developing healthy ministries begins with teaching students what it means to truly follow Christ.
  33. This level of ministry calls a disciple into a deeper level of Christ likeness.
  34. A student pastor has specific relationship priorities to his local church.  Identify the one that is not in the text:
  35. There are three phases of Biblical Discipleship. Which is not one of those?
  36. There were listed five priorities of the youth pastor. Choose the correct Scripture for “Personal walk with Jesus Christ.”
  37. Within the student pastor’s role as shepherd, he must:
  38. In the video “Putting It All Together,” Dr. Brown spoke of his view on teaching that the classroom (of course) is like a training center for ministry.
  39. The core values of the IMPACT mission all start with the letter “w.”
  40. In the video “How Do We Measure Success in Ministry,” Dr. Brown used a:
  41. According to the text, within the stated goal of youth ministry we see the need for equipping saved students to be convincing their unsaved peers to follow Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 5:20).  This is connected to:
  42. A student pastor should treat each of his leaders fairly; this includes not being closer to some more than others.
  43. What is not a student benefit by having adult leaders?
  44. The difference in goals between an equipping event and an edifying event is:
  45. There were listed five priorities of the youth pastor. Choose the correct Scripture for “Present God’s truth.”
  46. Use the students to build your structure and not use the structure to build your students.
  47. In the video “How Do We Measure Success in Ministry,” Dr. Brown stated “lost people act lost because they are lost.”
  48. There were listed five priorities of the youth pastor. Choose the correct Scripture for “Provide vision and direction for a Great Commission ministry.”
  49. A student pastor should be realistic about his expectations of the senior pastor.
  50. According to the text, “Good is bad when it keeps you from the best.”
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