Youth Ministry Group Lessons – ChristianTeenWorld.com

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Youth Group Lessons: There are certain topics that no matter when they are raised evoke a heightened sensitivity by all involved. When these topics are raised, many question as to whether freedom of speech can truly exist when faith comes into the picture.

Youth Ministry Lessons: A central part of the Christian faith is the idea of evangelism. Evangelism can be defined simply as making your faith in Christ known to others and sharing with them how they, too, can have saving faith in Christ.

Many teenagers will push the boundaries when they feel their personal identity has been attacked. When a school’s rules seem too constrictive, it can even put parents on the defensive.



Youth Ministry Lessons: It wasn’t too long ago that a young man or woman could get far in life with simply a high school degree, but now in the minds of most high school students a college degree is required for success.



Youth Group Lessons: Great teachers are leaving positions not because of troublesome students, but because of “helicopter parents” who refuse to believe their children could do wrong and are ready to swoop in when they do, to rescue them from any consequences.

Youth Ministry Resources: Some people are saying that a Master’s Degree is the new Bachelor’s meaning that the standard of academic achievement has been raised. It seems that a college degree is simply not enough to have an advantage in the marketplace.

Youth Ministry Resources: “Sexual harassment” is usually associated with the workplace and not school, however, the numbers of middle school students who feel harassed at school are alarmingly high.



Youth Ministry Resources: It’s a story that has shocked parents, educators and students all around the nation. It is the story of a teacher that abused his position as an elementary school teacher to force hundreds of students into inappropriate sexual activity.




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