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Monday, September 25, 2017

Youth Ministry Lessons: The issue of whether to believe or not to believe in Santa Clause can often leave one polarized. Such is the situation that a Chicago news anchor is in from a statement she made on public television regarding the validity of Santa.

In a recent article, a blogger took some time to highlight eleven problems that music can solve. So, the next time you are thinking about removing those ear buds and having an actual conversation, you might have a few good excuses to tune out the words of others.

Youth Ministry Lessons: In a recent study, it was revealed that reality TV has both a negative and positive impact on young girls. The question, however, is what exactly are these shows saying to such an easily influenced group of people.



Youth Ministry Lessons: Private jets, huge events and lavish shopping trips are all designed to create an image of opulence and luxury for the stars of popular reality shows. However what you see on TV is often times not “reality” at all.



One judge in Alabama has had enough with certain fashion statements. When young men come into his courtroom making a fashion faux paux, they are held in contempt and jailed. And he’s not apologizing for his disapproval.

Youth Group Lessons: In a culture that is increasingly becoming over sexualized, it seems that the ones most at risk are the average, young, American girls who are looking to teen idols to help shape and form their sexual identities.



Youth Group Resources: The modeling industry isn’t exactly known for high moral standards, perhaps that’s why the words of one young model are making national headlines: they simply go against the grain.

Just as boys look up to and want to be like their fathers, and in recent days a controversial video has gone viral that shows that little girls want to be like their mothers, look like mommy and do the things mommy does.






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