Youth Ministry

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  1. jlong21-youthpastor-liberty baptist

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    I need to find good independent fundamental KJV
    youth resources!! any ideas?????
     
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    Good Luck, I've been looking for years. About the best is Positive Action for Christ, but I've found that I do better if I develop material on my own.

    Andy
     
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    the bible
     
  4. jlong21-youthpastor-liberty baptist

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    enough with the smart remarks about the bible.
    i plan on using the bible. guess i looked for help in the wrong place.
     
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    i'm sorry, i didn't mean it to sound smart, i almost
    didn't post anything at all. but i'm completely serious.
    you could take them through a book verse by
    verse, perhaps proverbs of 1st corinthians.
     
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    Dude, check your spirit first. Timothy's remark wasn't that bad (compared to a LOT of other remarks you can find on this message board).

    A serious question: What age group?

    I taught teens for a while. The first thing I usually try to get through to them is the importance of growing together as a church family, and using their individual God-given talents to help each other. I used 1 Corinthians 12 as the background text.

    I then developed some lessons, first to learn about themselves and each other. Next set was to learn about other religions and what they believe, in order to help them become more effective witnesses. Next set was to help them grow as church members (i.e., we followed the basic "adult church sermon hour" outline, explaining what we were doing and why), with the emphasis not on treating them like kids or teens but as future adult members of the church.

    Just some thoughts.

    But as for actual youth resources, Lighthouse Baptist in Colorado Springs is the only church I've personally seen that had some curriculum for their younger-aged Sunday School classes. Perhaps you could contact them.
     
  7. jlong21-youthpastor-liberty baptist

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    thank you for your help, and i'm sorry also
    for being on the defensive. I was looking most
    of all for a workbook type thing that they could
    do at home thru the week, then discuss on wed night.
     
  8. jlong21-youthpastor-liberty baptist

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    Thanks, my spirit may have been on the defensive,
    sorry. thanks again for the info.
     
  9. jlong21-youthpastor-liberty baptist

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    Positive action for Christ looks like a pretty
    good place. Thanks a lot!
     

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