Youth Ministry Group Lessons –

Saturday, July 20, 2024

She has was praised by people, governments of nations and organizations throughout the world. She did God’s work with her time here on earth and stayed humble until the end. Here is a quick handout to share with your youth ministry students.

Practicing positive thinking allows us to focus on our strengths and accomplishments, which increases happiness and motivation. This, in turn, allows us to spend more time making progress, and less time feeling down and stuck.

Here is a handout to print out or e-mail to the parents of  your youth ministry students! Teen’s feelings, views and opinions have worth, and you should make sure you take the time to sit down and listen openly and discuss them honestly.

Self confidence can be a difficult thing for a teen to wrap their head around. Here is a handout to share with your youth ministry students on the topic of deal with self confidence. Read this one out loud and get a discussion started!

The Bible is a book for studying so that it can be applied to our daily lives.  God says to “meditate on it day and night” (Joshua 1:8) and “not forgetting what he has heard but doing it – he will be blessed in what he does” (James 1:25).

Television, radio, even friends and classmates all can present enticing ideas to your teenager that can lead them astray from the path of faith. How can you present ideas and concepts that are consistent with Christian teachings?

As a youth ministry leader that is committed to teaching and sharing Christian values, there are many obstacles set in front of you. Here is an aid to help through these obstacles, make sure to share it with the parents of your students!

The world, more than ever, will present your teens with secular influences,ones that you will have to compete with daily. Here are a few great points to share with the parents of your youth ministry students on raising Christians.

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