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Monday, September 23, 2019

Youth Group Lessons: While everyone has touted the millennial generation as being social-conscious, volunteer focused and eco-friendly, a new and controversial study released by the University of Michigan seems to turn all of that on its head.

Youth Ministry Lessons: It’s a situation that students face each and every day in schools around the world: sometimes people just ask silly or stupid questions. Hopefully the teacher has a good way of handling it, and not a … “stupid” one.



Youth Group Resources: While it might be more fun to load the car up with friends, especially in the months following getting a license, a new study shows that teenagers are much more likely to crash when they have passengers in the car.

Youth Ministry Lessons: Times are tough. There just isn’t enough money to go around. Money doesn’t grow on trees you know…chances are every teenager has heard either the identical phrase or something similar spoken (or yelled) from their parent’s mouth.

Youth Group Resources: “What will I major in?” An important question before heading off to college. While the leading question used to be, “What do I want to be when I grow up” students are now asking themselves, “What will make me marketable in the real world.”

Youth Ministry Resources: We all have seen teens hooked into their technology. But a new study has shown that while teens enjoy their communication over Facebook and text, they desire face to face communication the most.



Youth Group Lessons: How has technology changed the way that we handle love relationships? For many teenagers, physical intimacy involves sharing a deeply personal part of their lives: passwords.



Youth Ministry Resources: The term “self-injury” might be new to many people but psychologists and researchers are hoping that physicians will start to take a greater notice of behavior that is increasing among teenagers.




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