Let’s give thanks for the challenges that we have faced, overcome, and learned from! Let’s also focus your youth ministry students on the challenges that are ahead of them in the future, and encourage them to prepare now.
Keeping with the Thanksgiving holiday theme this week, here is a fun game that you can do with your youth ministry students. It’s a great game to get everybody thinking, and to bring everybody together as a team.
Here is a great handout to use with your youth ministry during this time of year in the Thanksgiving Day spirit. Your students can share what they are thankful for and also have a great discussion about the answers everyone gave!
Here is a Thanksgiving themed word search to share with your youth ministry students this week or next. A great quick way to start off your class or meeting this week, just print it out and share with everyone in your youth group!
I give thanks for 10 things each day. There is so much that I am thankful for. As I lie in bed each morning, my mind instantly starts to run through all that I can say ‘thanks’ about. I know that I could spend all day listing the many things that spark my gratitude…
Here is a great Thanksgiving icebreaker that you can use when you’re meeting with youth ministry this week. It’s quick and simple and can be done anywhere! Make sure everyone is ready to share what they are thankful for!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner , and it is a time of the year when we come together as friends and family to celebrate what we have in our lives. God blessed us with so much to be thankful for, even our mistakes!
As children of God we have much to be thankful for on a daily basis. When we take the time to look at what we have in our lives even when we are going through difficult times we must give thanks and appreciation to our Lord and Savior.