Story-sharing for Church Youth Groups
With so much communication happening through technology, many
young people are starting to feel disconnected, isolated and lonely.
Regardless of how many friends, fans or likes we have on social media,
nothing compares to a kind word delivered in person from someone who
cares for us, or the supportive hug of a real friend.
As Christians, we have a unique opportunity to build the type of
community our young people are longing for.
This is a multimedia resource for building relationships both within your youth group, as well as beyond it. It provides lessons for your youth group to build a stronger sense of community and connectedness, through discussion groups and sharing in one another’s stories.
- File size: 6.233 MB
- Format: pdf
- Length: 26 pages
- Language: English
- Publisher Name: Heartlines
- Date Published: Jul 20, 2021
You can also find this content as an online course on our site. Sign up for free to use the course.
Alternatively, you can download the relevant video clips for this resource below:
(The video for Lesson 3 is available on our YouTube page here.)
You may also like
Heartlines Information Brochure
Find out more about who Heartlines is and what we do. Feel free to share this with your church leaders or anyone who might be interested in using our resources or knowing more about our work.Read more
Story-sharing and Grief
How story-sharing can help your church community deal with grief and emotional stress as people face a time of extraordinary pain and loss in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more
What's Your Story? Church Toolkit
A toolkit to promote understanding, trust and reconciliation through personal storytelling for church and small groups. Includes a DVD with powerful examples of storytelling.Read more
What's Your Story? for Church Youth Groups
A resource for church youth leaders on promoting understanding and trust through personal storytelling.Read more
Beyond the River Resource for Church Youth Groups
This hard copy resource includes scenes from the Beyond the River movie along with lessons to encourage conversations and learning about the power of diversity.Read more