Youth Ministry Group Lessons –

Sunday, November 29, 2015

Youth Ministry Lessons: During a time when less than half of all Americans approve of the job performance of the current president, it seems that politicians continue to be shown as corrupt.

Youth Group Lessons: It’s no secret that Americans like their sugar. What is more surprising, however, is just how much of the sugar consumed by most American teenagers come from what they drink.

Youth Ministry Lessons: For many Christians the advances of modern medicine are embraced. Conversely, however, there is a vein of Christianity that shuns professional medical attention and chooses to operate strictly from a faith healing perspective.

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.

Youth Ministry Lessons: Since the recession hit the United States, there have been few positives. In a recent study, however, they found several huge positives: one of which is parents are finally beginning to talk to their children about financial issues.

Youth Ministry Lessons: While “going green” has been a big push over the last ten years, the trend had somewhat eluded the church. However, the trend is reversing as more people of faith view stewardship of the earth as a biblical mandate.

Youth Group Lessons: For the Italian island of Lampedusa, however, the heart of Africa has come to its shores as refugees fleeing harsh conditions, wars and famines on the continent are arriving en masse to the island.

Youth Ministry Lessons: When a recent poll looked at the drinking and drug usage habits of 10th graders, their findings revealed a gross underestimation among parents. Parents are in denial that their own children drink and believe that other people’s kids do.

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