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Sunday, October 17, 2021

Youth Ministry Lessons: To mark the tenth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, speakers asked to come to the ceremony were given only one request: please keep God out of it.

Youth Group Lessons: Stephenie Meyer released her book Twilight in 2005, which sparked a franchise that has been translated into 37 different languages, blockbuster movies and has made hundreds of millions of dollars.

Youth Group Lessons: One issue that is always great to get your students thinking and talking, illegal immigration. As the issue continues to boil, there is a new face of illegal immigration, a New Mexico man that is being hailed as a hero.

Youth Ministry Lessons: Clothing brands often pay big name athletes and movie stars to don their apparel. However, an American clothing company is paying a certain celebrity to stop wearing its clothes for fear of the negative image impact.



Youth Group Lessons: Critical and hurtful words are par for the course when you are President of the United States. Every move you make is scrutinized and talked about on news shows, written about in magazines and published on social media websites.

Youth Ministry Lessons: The beginning of the school year can bring mixed emotions. The emotional ups and downs of entering the classroom can be overwhelming as today’s high school students face more than just peer pressure.



Youth Group Lessons: In the aftermath of the 9/11, construction crews pulled a 17-foot-tall cross from the rubble. The cross contained two metal beams that had survived the attack and has been on display near the former World Trade Center site ever since.

Youth Group Lessons: The state of Alabama has recently passed strict immigration laws that take place on September 1, 2011. One of the more interesting issues from these new laws is how local and nation wide churches are reacting.






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