Youth Group Lessons: The athletic activities our students take part in are a way for them to stay fit and learn about teamwork. If you brainstorm about the most difficult sports, cheer-leading probably wouldn’t be on most people’s radar.
Youth Group Resources: Youth sports can get out of control. Unfortunately, it’s usually the parents in the stands who cause trouble. With the spring sports season upon us, here is a story of a parent taking things a little too far.
Youth Ministry Resources: At the height of his career Jayson Williams led the NBA in offensive rebounds. He played in the 1998 NBA All-Star Game. Like so many professional athletes, he had it made in both fame and money. And then things began to go south.
Youth Ministry Lessons: Sometimes the fans are parents who forget that it’s just a game, such was the case with one father, disappointed and angry at his son over a loss which lead to him attacking and punching his son in the face.
Youth Ministry Lessons: Lance is missing his right hand. He was born that way, and it might be an excuse for some, for Lance it doesn’t hold him back. As far as skill, he can hold his own and his teammates respect his courage.
Youth Ministry Lessons: Christian or not, sports has the ability to bring out the worst in people. For one young man entering the priesthood he’s found a way to pair his faith with the sport of tennis and still emerge with a smile and a good attitude.
Youth Group Lessons: Students in the state of Hawaii are about to gain an additional option in the lineup of school sports that might have their land-locked classmates quite jealous. For the first time, surfing will become an officially sanctioned school sport.
Youth Group Lessons: When you think about a “sports fan”, you probably think of a man. Whether shirtless or clothed, painted or sitting quietly, most tend to equate sports watching with the male gender. But, facts are, this is changing rapidly.