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Q&A with Ablaze Ministries

Tell us a bit about yourself.
Ablaze is a ministry organization dedicated to forming the young church. Our mission is to form youth ministers & develop youth ministries for parishes. We offer a 360 degree approach to building disciples by serving youth, ministers, and parents. 

How has being a member of NFYCM helped your organization and its ministry to young people?The collaborative nature of NFCYM has exposed Ablaze Ministries to innovative ministry leaders and their ideas that have helped inspire better practices within our own organization. Connect with us at Ablaze.us

NFCYM members can ask us about… 
Ministry Formation, Missionaries, Sustainable Ministry, Parent Formation & Resources, Missionary Funding and more. Ask us anything at Ablaze.us

Anything else you want to mention? 
Our organization has 3 key branches in our 360 degree approach.

  1. Ablaze Youth – Sends missionaries into parishes where they serve the youth directly.
  2. Ablaze Families – Serves parents, the primary influence in the life of youth, through resources, empowerment, and community
  3. ProjectYM – Serves and celebrates Youth Ministers, those who pour into others.

Latest Member-Exclusive Content

Yazmín Maní Malone

Pastoral Juvenil Hispana Coordinator,
Diocese of Austin

Diocesan Member

"NFCYM has accompanied me in reaching out to like minded professionals to better provide service (ministry) to adolescents. NFCYM has allowed me to network and grow professionally.

'Youth as Protagonists' has been essential to Pastoral Juvenil Hispana in the Diocese of Austin."

Eva P. Delgado

Youth Minister, St. Christopher Church

Associate Member

"The various resources have helped me keep our program exciting and vibrant. NFCYM has provided me with shared information via webinars, workshops, conferences, outreach, and opportunities that are very informative to help make my ministry successful.

NFCYM is an open forum for me to seek material, guidance and support in keeping the youth ministry program successful."