Additional Resources

If you’re looking for overall youth group safety and survival resources, you’ve landed on the right page. At Brotherhood Mutual, we want to help youth leaders and workers plan activities that are fun and fulfilling for kids without compromising safety. We also know that communicating and engaging with kids and teens in this high tech world comes with its own set of challenges. We’ve done the homework on safety, so you can be the hero. Don’t forget to check out our issue specific resources, too.

Texting Infographic

Super Youth Leader Text and Message Skills

As a youth leader, chances are that you’re going to connect with teens through an electronic device at some point. Check out this infographic to learn how to use virtual communication with some swagger. Download Infographic

Youth Leader Mission Infographic

The Mission of the Super Youth Leader

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to engage teens through fellowship while protecting them from their greatest threat—their own risk-prone tendencies. Check out this infographic to learn more about how to do just that. Download Infographic

Youth Leader Engagement Infographic

Super Youth Leader’s Guide to Engaging Teens

This generation craves real experiences and interaction. Each game or activity is an opportunity to offer a relevant experience. Check out this infographic to learn more about how to do just that. Download Infographic

Youth Activity Survival Kit

The Youth Activity Survival Kit

Don’t be caught off guard at your next youth event. In order for it to be a success, you need to be prepared. That’s why we've created this Youth Activity Survival Kit. It has what you need to get started. Download Kit (PDF)

Resources from Brotherhood Mutual

Safety Library

Online Safety Library

Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company has developed an online risk management library especially for churches and related ministries. Here, you will find free articles, checklists, sample forms, and more, which can help you protect your ministry and your people. Visit the Safety Library