In keeping with this previous post on children's ministry, here is a list from Mark Oestreicher on the Top Youth Ministry Website Picks. Since I have limited experience in this area (I did college ministry for 17 years, which is a different 'animal'), I am indebted to Mark's expertise.
Youth Ministry Exchange
By youth workers and for youth workers, YMX is the place to discuss all things youth ministry, with thousands of threads on every imaginable subject. Some sections are free, but a $5 annual pass gets you access to the whole thing—and it’s totally worth it.
The Source for Youth Ministry
Jonathan McKee started this site (formerly Jonathan’s Resources) as a labor of love for youth workers. Chock full of free resources and ideas (the game section alone is amazing).
The Center for Parent/Youth Understanding
This website, from CPYU founder Walt Mueller, is really for parents, but youth workers find it extremely helpful. It’s loaded with blogs, articles, links to relevant stories, and more resources than you can imagine to help you learn about youth culture. And the free, weekly e-mail updates are a must.
When Group Publishing partnered with Doug Fields’s Simply Youth Ministry, they resurrected this long-dormant domain to create a new site, distinct from their two other sites. They’re just beginning to move from a commerce-only site to a content-and-commerce site.Especialidades Juveniles
Youth Specialties’ Spanish division has its own website, completely separate in location, content, and maintenance from the English-language YS site. Based on traffic stats, it’s the most popular youth-ministry site in the world. Of course, it’s all in Spanish.Youth Specialties
Okay, it’s a bit self-promotional, but it truly is my favorite for all things concerning youth ministry, with thousands of pages of articles, ideas, and free stuff—plus the most comprehensive youth-ministry job bank anywhere (with over 700 listings at any time).