King David and Solomon knew a thing or two about God - in fact, what they wrote still applies to teenagers today! And, it's no secret that teenagers learn more from conversing among themselves than from having somebody talk at them. High School TalkSheets contains 50 discussion starters on topics of perennial relevance and high interest to teenagers such as: trusting God, freedom from fear, staying spiritually healthy, dealing with evil in the world, sharing Christ with others, and many more! Designed in one-page reproducible handouts, they can be used to enhance an existing lesson (as each TalkSheet is identified by topic) or become an entire lesson in themselves. The perfect small-group discussion-starting resource for youth meetings, small groups and cell groups, Sunday school, and camps and retreats.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 112 Vendor: Zondervan/Youth Specialties Publication Date: 2001 Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)
ISBN: 0310238536 ISBN-13: 9780310238539 UPC: 025986238537 Availability: In Stock Series:TalkSheets
Teenagers learn more by conversing among themselves than by somebody talking at them. These updated TalkSheets--based on the wisdom of Kings David and Solomon--cover topics of perennial relevance and high interest to today's teens.
Rick Bundschuh serves as a teaching pastor at Kauai Christian Fellowship, and he also continues to write and illustrate material for various publishers. He lives with his beautiful wife, Lauren, their kids, a weenie dog, and a quiver of surfboards in Poipu, Hawaii. Rick authored Soul Surfer: The Bethany Hamilton Story, Simon and Shuster. SPANISH BIO: Rick actualmente pastorea dos grandes iglesias en Kauai, Hawai.
A beach-loving Kauai dweller, Tom Finley is a veteran youth worker, cartoonist, writer, and editor.
'This resource is a must-have for every youth worker... One of the best features is the ability to edit the Talksheets, enabling the users to delete a question they don't want or add something specific to their group. The program is very user-friendly, so even those who are computer illiterate should find it easy to use. It's well worth the cost, a resource you'll find yourself coming back to week after week.' -- YouthWorker Journal