While most students spend their entire academic careers focused on the letters A, B, C, D or F, many schools are considering using a similar system to help parents see the importance of being involved in their children’s education.
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.
United Colors of Benetton recently released an ad campaign to promote their foundation, called UNHATE. While the new campaign might promote love, it is a bit shocking and controversial to many.
In a recent article, a blogger took some time to highlight eleven problems that music can solve. So, the next time you are thinking about removing those ear buds and having an actual conversation, you might have a few good excuses to tune out the words of others.
Many times, teachers can forget that not everyone on their friend list is a trusted individual and, more than once, have gotten in trouble for posting something on their Facebook wall that they have later regretted.
A heartbreaking story has made headlines that reminded everyone to have compassion, no matter what side of the homosexuality debate they are on. A young man has been charged with intimidation of a hate crime, invasion of privacy and hindering apprehension.
No one ever imagined the television set declining in importance but recent data from the Nielsen group, a company that follows media use, is showing that younger Americans are slowly moving away from the tube.
Youth Ministry Resources: What most parents don’t realize is that, if left unattended, the Internet can be a vast space of illegal and dangerous activity, especially for junior high and high school students.
Youth Group Lessons: Move over mom and dad, in an age of accelerating rates of technological literacy, children view Google as the first to answer a difficult question or find information about a topic.
Youth Ministry Lessons: In the past definitions of beauty might have come from peers, relationships or parents, but now teenagers are allowing cyberspace to answer this basic question for them: am I pretty or ugly?
Youth Ministry Lessons: As cultures and countries are exposed to more outside influence than ever before, China is an example that is torn between two identities and two mindsets that often seem against one another.