Youth Bible Study on Honoring Mom: Mother’s Day Lesson for Teenage Sunday School

Teenagers today get a bad wrap for their attitude, but High School and Middle School students who follow Jesus know the importance of honoring their mothers. Use this free Youth Group lesson to help young people learn what the Bible says about the value of mothers. Youth ministers will find this lesson very helpful to add some biblical meaning of Mothers’ Day in the month of May. Youth Leader Introduction: Today, we will be exploring the importance of honoring our mothers as we celebrate Mothers’ Day. As teenagers, our faith can grow when we learn to show appreciation, love, and respect for our parents. Our moms play a significant role in our lives, and the Bible encourages us to honor … Read more

Youth Group Bible Lesson for Earth Day

Welcome to today’s youth ministry bible lesson! Today we will be discussing a topic that is very relevant to our times and that affects us all: Earth Day. As young people, we have a special responsibility to care for our planet and to take action to protect it. In this Bible lesson, we will explore why Earth Day is important for Christians and why we should care about environmental stewardship. We’ll look at some key scriptures from the Bible that relate to ecological care, and we’ll learn about some practical ways that we can live more sustainably. So let’s dive in and discover how we can be good stewards of God’s creation! Title: Earth Day and Caring for God’s Creation … Read more

A New Way of Thinking (Identity Study 3 of 3) Bible Lesson for Teenagers

A New Way of Thinking (Identity Study 3 of 3) Bible Lesson for Teenagers

This Bible lesson is part 3 or 3 for teenagers on the topic of identity. This lesson builds on the previous two weeks and you should plan extra time for youth group discussion. Identity Series Lesson 3: A New Way of Thinking! Pass out the 5 x 7 envelopes from the previous week. Using how God sees you as your mirror (the worksheet answers), go back and add to the positive and maybe cross out some things (that were negative) on the notecard list you wrote when you originally looked in the mirror. Now create a new and expanded list of “I am ____________” statements about yourself on the front (other side) of the note card. E.g. I am creative.  … Read more

Youth Group Activities: Why We Do the Things We Do in Youth Ministry

Youth Group Activities: Student Ministry Ideas for Teenagers at Church

Leading a youth ministry program has the potential to change lives if done well.  It’s about planting seeds that may take years to germinate.  The ministry that is accomplished can be life changing for teens. From Middle School to High School, we only have a few years to reach them for Jesus Christ. As youth leaders we need to carefully consider why we choose to do the things we do at Youth Group.  We need to equip teens with knowledge and engage them in activities that they can use to experience Kingdom living today. We need to explain the “why” to the youth each time we do something.  Repetition is a powerful learning tool.  After you have practiced this explaining … Read more

Youth Group Prayer Walk (Inside the Church)

Try this simple activity to teach teenager about prayer and help them connect with their church.

Try this simple activity to teach teenager about prayer and help them connect with their church. When it comes to connecting with God, many people feel like they need to go to a church or temple. But what if there was another way? An “in the building” youth group prayer walk is a great way for young people to connect with each other and with God. In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits of taking a prayer walk and provide some tips on how to make the most of your experience! “In The Building” Youth Prayer Walk will build a stronger relationship between the youth and the Pastor/staff/volunteers. You will witness the beauty of a group of teenagers … Read more