Youth Ministry Group Lessons –

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Youth Group Lessons: In India, a tradition that dates back hundreds of years, is still plaguing poor, rural communities who live on less than a dollar a day. The tradition is that of selling your young daughters into prostitution once they have reached puberty.

Youth Ministry Lessons: In India when a son marries he is given a huge dowry, or a financial gift from the bride’s family, that is handed over to his parents. Because of reasons like this, most Indians would rather have a son than a daughter.

Youth Group Lessons: Ask any parent the key to raising drug-free kids, things like love, close supervision and an awareness of faith would come up. While these are important, there is evidence that something even simpler is the key to keeping teens off drugs.

Hazing in high school used to be assumed. It used to be a rite of passage into a certain sports team or school club and the idea was simple: do something to initiate (a.k.a. humiliate) new inductees to make them earn their place on the team or the group.

As more predictions about the end of the world surface and different parts of the country face natural disasters that leave people without power for weeks, many individuals have begun preparing for the worst…

It seems that one cannot escape words like “organic”, “green” and “eco-friendly”. A casual trip to the supermarket can become a barrage of expensive,  “healthier”, items placed discreetly by regular products, enticing consumers to buy organic ingredients.

Youth Group Lessons: It would appear that humans aren’t the only species with a liking for alcohol. Recently a moose in Sweden was found hanging in an apple tree, drunk from the fermented apples he couldn’t stay away from.

When it comes to injuries sustained at fast food restaurants, it seems there is a never-ending stream of stories. Some seem to be urban legend and some have the glimmer of truth, and this story is likely to make your stomach churn.

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