Youth Ministry Group Lessons –

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Your youth ministry students will never know what they are truly good at until they give different things a try. When they take action to find their strengths, they just might surprise themselves!

Youth Ministry Reflection: When I pray, I relinquish control of my life to my Creator. I surrender my will and desires because I know that my plans for my life are miniscule compared to the plans my Creator has set out for me.

Here is an important question to ask your youth ministry: Do you find yourself repeating behaviors that sabotage your success? Are you ready to put your limiting behavior to rest in favor of a better outlook and greater fulfillment?

Your youth ministry students may have a few bad habits such as biting their nails or drinking too much coffee. They might have more severe habits like smoking or extreme anger. Here are a few ideas to share with them on breaking those habits.

You should teach your youth ministry that only God is perfect. Let them know that, as humans, there is no way that we can be absolutely perfect. Expecting perfection is a lesson in frustration that we can all do without!

Sometimes we find ourselves stuck, and need to explore the reasons why we are stuck. With some simple self-exploration you can encoruage your youth ministry students to pinpoint the areas in their lives that require change.

In this youth ministry reflection we will make the statement that “Obstacles Do Not Faze Me!” It is important for your students to realize that anything worth doing comes with its own challenges, and can be overcome with the help of God!

Emotional abuse can erode your feelings of self-worth and chip away at the happiness you deserve. How can you help your youth ministry students recognize the signs of abuse so they can take steps to protect themselves?

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