It seems that one cannot escape words like “organic”, “green” and “eco-friendly”. A casual trip to the supermarket can become a barrage of expensive, “healthier”, items placed discreetly by regular products, enticing consumers to buy organic ingredients.
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 Lessons: When Analia Bouguet found out she was pregnant with her fifth child, she and her husband were excited. They spent the pregnancy in anticipation eagerly awaiting the birth of their child.
Youth Ministry Resources: The term “self-injury” might be new to many people but psychologists and researchers are hoping that physicians will start to take a greater notice of behavior that is increasing among teenagers.
Youth Ministry Lessons: It is estimated that 30% to 50% of the population snores. One hotel chain is doing everything it can to help ease the snoring for its guests as well as ease the noise for travelers who fall in the “no snoring” category.
Youth Ministry Curriculum: Parents are often called to limit the amount of “screen time” their children are subjected to. With today’s technology, however, the term “screen time” has come to mean more than just hours sitting in front of the TV.
Youth Group Lessons: It is no shock that college students drink. If that were the findings of any study, those reading the results might wonder how much money was spent to prove something that doesn’t even need scientific data.
Youth Discussion Lessons: There are now medical tests for everything regarding the health of a mother-to-be and her unborn baby. The health of an baby can be constantly monitored, which is why there are so many questions when something goes wrong.