If there is one thing your students have no problem doing, it's talking! But when you're tired of hearing them talking about their latest favorite band, their annoying teachers, or each other, give them something worth talking about. The best-selling TalkSheets series just keeps going.In Still More TalkSheets for High School Students, you'll find 50 creative ways to get your youth group talking about things that matter. The one-page, reproducible handouts are compelling and thought provoking. Not only that, they're easy for you to use. You'll find helpful hints and optional activities that can help facilitate great conversations.
The best-selling TalkSheets series just got even better. With Still More TalkSheets for High School Students and Still More TalkSheets for Middle School Students, busy youth workers will find everything they need to lead and facilitate meaningful discussions with young teens. Filled with 50 reproducible TalkSheets, helpful hints, and optional activities to help youth ministry teams effectively facilitate great conversations without a lot of prep work youth workers can easily engage students for a whole year of dialogue. Each book covers issues of life and faith, including relationships with God and others, and what it means to live a life like Jesus. Students will participate in the learning while they take part in conversations about things that really matter.
David W. Rogers is associate pastor at The Heights in Richardson, Texas, where he has served since 1998. A family man, beach vacationer, avid reader, and fan of all things sports, David continues to invest in the lives of students and their families since following his call to ministry twenty years ago. He is a graduate of Baylor University and also received a Masters of Divinity from southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and his Doctorate of Ministry from George W. Truett Theological Seminary. David and his wife, Alison, live in Wylie, Texas, with their two children, Jack and Lucy.
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