If you’ve ever talked to me or Kenny before, chances are, you already know that we’re a little bit obsessed with Middle School Ministry. And a student labeled it with that fancy little sign when we weren’t looking.) We let them about middle schoolers’ brains, about the things they struggle with, about their biggest concerns, and about how they view love and relationships.
And as we strategized about how to deal with this super important topic, we knew we wanted to make sure we were doing our So we set up a really high-tech and complicated anonymous question-and-answer system. It was a Dubble Bubble bucket and some index cards.
Used this with my High Schoolers and the series received great feedback. This series builds on the previous message and I love that! A lot of people were uncomfortable with the title, and I heard about it (my bad?
The title created great interest and the content was exactly what my students needed to hear. This is a high quality resource on a topic that students WANT to dive into - highly recommend!
Suddenly the issues of sex and boundaries start to arise, and teens find themselves having to choose sides on "hot button" topics like homosexuality and abortion.
There is a lot of growing to do in all aspects of relationships, and having Biblical and Christian guidance is essential.
Avoiding pitfalls like gossip and lying go a long way in building friendships that last a lifetime.
Ways to learn more about how to be a good friend: Dating is the part of many Christian teens' lives.
It provided for great student discussions and Frank presented things in a very fresh way. Excellent teaching series to take students through.
7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (netma)7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (handout)7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (notes)7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (service flow)7 – YAFI – Dating Relationships (small groups)There are two relationships teenagers have to master in life, their relationship with Jesus and their relationship with their spouse.