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Goliath

This was created primarily for a youth choir program but could be used for any youth worship service. The skit is a fairly stand alone treatment of the David and Goliath Story (though the the song at the end of the skit is fairly essential as it sings the story of the defeat). Costuming forRead More

Creativity

CREATIVITY Supplies— Playdough Canvas and paint Paper and colored pencils Paper and pens (writing) Note cards and pens Way To Live: Christian Practices for Teens by Bass and Richter EXPLAIN – Tonight we are going to explore our creative side. Each of you will have a chance to express yourself in different ways. Creativity canRead More

Tattling Vs. Telling

Tattling Vs. Telling Supplies and Preparation: You will need a whiteboard or large paper to write on and a poster board. Make sure you have enough markers. Bibles are also needed for this lesson. Check – In: how is everyone doing? Play the SECRET game – first person whispers something to the person next toRead More

Exploring Forgiveness Through Jonah, Jesus and Dr. Seuss

Forgiveness: Jonah, Jesus and Dr. Seuss Check-in (let each person share their highs and lows since your last gathering) Jonah Ask the group to tell the story of Jonah in their own words. Create a time-line of the story (do not let them look at the story in the Bible yet). Once they are done,Read More

Who Are You? Personal Identity Reflection (XP)

1. Check-in — How is everyone doing? 5 – 10 Min. 2. What Species are you? 10 Min. Explain to everyone that they are to choose one of four animals. Their choice should be based on the animal that most resembles them. This is an issue of behavior rather than physical appearance. To help choose,Read More