Walk into any middle school youth group and you'll hear the same thing-herds of students talking. But when you are tired of hearing them talk about things that make your head hurt, give them something worth talking about. The best-selling Talksheets series just keeps going.In Still More Talk Sheets for Middle 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.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 112 Vendor: Zondervan/Youth Specialties Publication Date: 2009 Dimensions: 9.13 X 7.38 (inches)
ISBN: 0310284937 ISBN-13: 9780310284932 Availability: In Stock Series:TalkSheets
'Walk into any middle school youth group and youll hear the same thing---herds of students talking! But when youre tired of hearing them talk about things that make your head hurt (you know, the latest video game or their favorite song!), give them something worth talking about! The best-selling TalkSheets series just keeps going In Still More TalkSheets for Middle School Students, youll 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, theyre easy for you to use: Youll find helpful hints and optional activities that can help facilitate great conversations. Inside the pages of this book, youll find topics that cover issues of life and faith. Your middle school students will be engaged with and thinking about topics like: * Communicating with and hearing back from God * Choosing to follow God rather than the crowd no matter what kind of peer pressure you might face * Exploring what the New Testament has to say about when Jesus is coming back * Being committed to intentional prayer * And 46 more!'
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.