Welcome to The Ministry Lab's curated list of resources to help caregivers engage Tweens and Teens in counseling and conversation around a variety of topics. Here you'll find:
If you don't find a resource to fit your need, don't hesitate to consult with The Ministry Lab's director, Rev. Emily Meyer, who is happy to assist you.
offers several books for helping YOUTH deal with a range of emotions.
Whether you’re putting together gifts for high school/college graduates or looking for a nice, simple gift to give your volunteers and Sunday School teachers...Illustrated Ministry has a wide range of products to suit your needs:
ZOE ~ Progressive Christians Life on Campus
A global fellowship of college and university students and campus ministry leaders, asking the messy questions of faith, finding grace and humility in the search for understanding, believing there is more value in curious questioning than static absolutes. Read more...
Support for young people in their homes is a vital part of their overall wellbeing. And parents and caregivers are a critical part of that equation.
This on-demand presentation gives your organization the insights you need, with easy-to-understand data, explained by our team, that will empower you and your colleagues to better accompany young people.
When you purchase The State of Gen Z, you’ll receive 365-day access to:
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In this 10-lesson course, Dr. Karen Bluth explores why self-compassion is a resource that people can learn, put in their toolbox, and use whenever they have a challenging day or even a challenging moment. And crucially, she explains how we can help teenage girls develop self-compassion to aid them in the fight against depression.
This four-session guide is designed for middle school and high school youth, to be used in confirmation classes and youth groups. By engaging young people in learning and discussing safe and healthy relationships, they can gain lifelong skills to make safe and healthy choices for themselves.
Quicksheet #79 Partnering with Parents for Hard Conversations
As youth groups meet less often, leaders may miss opportunities to give na immediate faith responses to critical cultural moments. Parents are valuable partners in ministry and play a vital role in processing world events; this quicksheet helps leaders support parents in this important faith work.