Youth Group Resources: Just as there is a stereotype for someone who is a bully, there also seems to be certain characteristics that abound in those who are the victims of bullying.
When it comes to injuries sustained at fast food restaurants, it seems there is a never-ending stream of stories. Some seem to be urban legend and some have the glimmer of truth, and this story is likely to make your stomach churn.
Youth Ministry Lessons: The decisions of teenagers often leave adults baffled, scratching their heads as to how their son or daughter could have done something so reckless and thoughtless. But we now have a scientific reason!
Youth Group Lessons: While advertising campaigns are meant to be edgy and risky, authorities in the United Kingdom are cracking down pretty hard on images they think send the wrong messages to their country’s youth.
For inmates that are mentally ill, certain things about prison life can actually worsen their mental illness and reformers are calling for changes, specifically changes in regards to how mentally ill prisoners are punished with the prison itself.
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: According to the Center for Disease Control, childhood obesity is at an all-time of 19.6% of children aged 6 to 11 years and 18.1% of adolescents aged 12-19%. That means that almost one out of five children in America is considered obese.
Somewhere, at some point in time, someone found an unlikely source in which to make money: water. They began bottling water and selling it to people all over the world, charging outrageous amounts of money for the stuff.