Youth Lessons: All of the sudden it seems the signs and symbols of the Christmas season are becoming offensive and even illegal to display. But one school is standing its ground and decided to keep Christ in Christmas, even at the risk of offending.
Youth Ministry Lessons: The Christmas tree has long been a symbol of the Christmas holiday, but this year people around the country might be seeing less and less of the trimmed and decorated trees.
Youth Ministry Resources: When students at Suffolk University were given the green light to send a campus wide email blast asking for donations for troops overseas, they weren’t expecting the drama that ensued.
Youth Ministry Resources: In more and more cases across the country, separation of church and state is being challenged as headlines are popping up in both large metropolises and small town communities.
Often you hear about religious individuals being excluded because of their faith. Some schools do not allow students to say the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance and words such as “God” or “Christ” have been banned at graduations…
In Italy and many other European countries, businesses have typically been closed on Sundays. The practice of closing businesses on Sundays is designed to honor the Christian tradition of designating one day of the week as a day of rest.
Youth Ministry Lessons: Even though it the Christmas season, more and more government buildings are being targeted for displaying what some consider to be overly Christian decorations on government property.
Youth Group Lessons: Political races often get heated and this year’s presidential run is no exception as Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen said that Mrs. Romney had, “never worked a day in her life”.