Some more brain picking, so help me out here.

Discussion in 'Youth Forum' started by journeyheaven, Mar 19, 2003.

  1. journeyheaven

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    Jimmy made the comment a youth director digging deep in the word. Here's my question. How as youth directors can we get teens to do that. We have the hardest time even getting them to bring their Bibles to church.

    Jesus Never Fails,
    Mary
     
  2. MissAbbyIFBaptist

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    Mary, that's funny! We have the same trouble with making usre the pastor's kids bring their Bibles! :eek: They sit through class half awake some Sundays! [​IMG]
    Mary, I didn't start being faithful to reading my Bible untill I'd been saved about a year. I became convicted about it. I knew I wasn't going to grow untill I studied in the Word. I'm really not sure how you would get them to study. I had to be convicted. I don't know how it is for everyone else.
    I've got class now. I'll try to post later!
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  3. UnashamedYouth

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    Dad has the same problem.... there's no real RIGHT answer... it's really the parents' responsibility....

    Dad just makes it so that youth group is really boring if we don't have a Bible... next week everyone has one and we get GOOD disscussions going LOL


    Dad normally asks the guys to find a topic God lays on their heart and we have mini youth sermons... we haven't had one in a while... but that normally gets some of the more committed members involved... and they inturn get others more involved because of it.
     

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