Sure to interest even the secularists who study this group, The Millennials is based on 1200 interviews with its namesakes that aim to better understand them personally, professionally, and spiritually. Chapters report findings on family matters, their desire for diversity, Millennials and the new workplace, their attitude toward money, the media, the environment, and perhaps most tellingly, religion.
This curriculum is designed for 12-18 year olds. It helps young people address questions, issues and emotions that arise from divorce, whether it occurred recently or some time ago. The Leader's Guide will help you decide program design, schedule, format, weekly activities, and includes sample letters to send to parents.
More than a devotional, Live Inspired is a challenge to flourish. To love, care, and see people as Jesus did. Get ready to explore Christ through drawing, writing, scribbling, building, talking, laughing, working, and giving of yourself for His glory. Are you up for the challenge? With beautifully designed pages, this devotional will lead you through activities that will shape your heart and mind.
This book helps youth workers understand their unique role in helping families succeed. It provides an overview of family-based youth ministry which focuses on equipping, encouraging and networking youth workers and parents so they can nurture the spiritual growth of their children. It's also packed with practical ideas that will help youth workers implement this awesome ministry in their church.
Life is hard. We pray and ask God to help, but many times it seems our prayer unanswered. We know God performs miracles, yet problems remain. Does God care? In the four sessions of Keep Climbing, Todd Phillips leads a team to Russia to climb Mount Elbrus, Europe's tallest mountain. Todd uses this perilous trek as a context to explore how God works with us through life's challenges. 4 video-driven sessions:
1) Leaving Comfort Behind;
2) Flatten the Mountain;
3) Climbing in Silence;
4) A Better View;
In today's sex-saturated society, girls who just want to fit in and look attractive can be swept up in destructive relationships and behaviors---paying a terrible cost. Ethridge and Arterburn offer interviews, research, and godly advice to help young women avoid these pitfalls and achieve sexual integrity. This updated edition includes the workbook.