Youth Lessons: Though much attention is given to the actual numbers of divorces, new research coming from Georgetown University and the University of Chicago is focused specifically on how divorce affects children ages five and under.
Youth Ministry: In a perfect world, children would grow up in a home with parents who love them and show them overflowing nurture that studies show has a direct effect on success in life. But as we all know, the world isn’t perfect and many struggle from birth.
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 Lessons: Sometimes teenagers are forced to deal with very adult decisions. And sometimes teenagers are forced to deal with situations that stem even beyond adulthood and require a deeper level of maturity.
In the United States, you must be 18 to get married without parental consent and, most of the time, you get to pick who you want to marry. That’s not the case in all countries. In some countries, particularly those in Southern Asia and most of Africa, many kids…
Youth Ministry Lessons: There is an unspoken rule in education, perhaps it’s unspoken because it goes without saying. This unspoken rule is very simple and known as the DON’T-DATE-YOUR-STUDENTS rule.
Youth Group Lessons: For many, marriage proposals are a private event. However, for one young couple at UCLA, their potential engagement , and resulting humiliation, was caught on camera for all to see.
Youth Ministry Lessons: The lines outside of stores on Black Friday were weaving around the building as people stood huddled in the cold, waiting until the doors burst open and the sales begin! For one girl, she found something in line that she wasn’t expecting – love.