Youth Ministry Group Lessons –

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Life can be truly hectic, even chaotic, if we don’t stop now and then to take a few minutes for ourselves. Being connected with computers, cell phones, social media, our lives were supposed to get easier, but it’s busier than ever before!

Helping your youth ministry understand how to deal with criticism can help them improve their lives. We need to help them understand the difference between constructive and deconstructive criticism which can hurt and lead to anger.

Youth Ministry Reflection:I Can Remain Calm in Times of Change. I remain calm in times of change because I know that change is how I attain growth. I keep myself open to change so I can recognize opportunities and take advantage of them.

Change is inevitable. In fact, one of the few constants in life is that things will always change. Why then, do we often have such a challenge in coping with change? Here are 6 strategies to help your students with all the change in their life!

When you think of spring cleaning, you may have an image in your mind of family members gathering around with mops in their hands. But spring is a good time to make more than just your home sparkling clean and clutter free.

In youth ministry, sharing stories from your past experiences is one of the best ways to really connect with your students.  It shows your students  that you were once in their shoes, and have gone through what they are facing.

Youth Ministry Reflection:I Turn Pressure Into Fuel. Pressure can either be a source of stress or an agent for change. With my positive determination, I choose to turn pressure into the fuel needed to take my productivity to the next level.

Youth Ministry Reflection: I let go of my tendency to try to be in control of everything. No longer do I have to be responsible for everything. It is much easier to focus on what I can control, instead of worrying about the things I cannot control!

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