Description - Junior High and Middle School Talksheets by David Lynn
Get your students talking about the bible and god. And themselves, their beliefs, their questions, their lives. About the things that matter to them. Do it conveniently and effectively with "Junior High-Middle School TalkSheets - Updated!", part of the best-selling discussion-starting "TalkSheets" series from Youth Specialties, now updated for new-millennium students. Here are 50 creative discussions that focus on relevant, real-life topics: Media Influences-TV, Music, Advertising, Substance Abuse & Peer Pressure, Parents, Self-Image & Physical Appearance, Jesus, Friendships, Prayer & Worship, Trusting God & Dealing with Doubt ...and 40 more subjects of perennial interest to teenagers. "TalkSheets" are one-page reproducible handouts with provocative questions in a compelling design that will get churched and unchurched kids alike talking and thinking about the Bible-and how its principles affect their daily lives. Use "TalkSheets" to launch your own lesson-or use them as stand-alone Bible studies.
Each TalkSheet comes with detailed information and suggestions for discussion leaders: Bible references galore, Internet resources, further group exploration, and activities to pursue during and after the meeting. "Junior High-Middle School TalkSheets-Updated!" is the perfect discussion-starting resource for youth meetings, small groups and cell groups, Sunday school, and camps and retreats. More than a quarter million copies sold in this series!
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Author Biography - David Lynn
Youth worker and counselor David Lynn has worked with teenagers for more than two decades. He is the author of numerous books, the creator of Building up Your Ministry, and conducts several leadership-training workshops. He resides with his family in Tucson, Arizona.