What kind of relationships do you have with former students? If you have been in ministry for more than 4 years, there’s a chance that you have built relationships with young adults who used to be your youth. These relationships can be interesting.
Aaron, my husband, gets a little uptight about the ‘D’ word and the ‘B’ word. I think it’s the same for all dads of daughters. And, from what I hear, it’s the same for my friends and family who are moms of boys. But the ‘B’ word for my boy-mom friends starts with a ‘G’. You might already have deduced my topic of writing for today: Dating! And Boyfriends! Yikes!
You remember the young love of high school relationships? The ones you day dreamed about. Well we never used the word BAE to describe our significant other, young love is still alive and well and we need to help guide our students through the rough waters of high school relationships. Andrew shares his inside on how we do that.
In her interview on After 9, Samantha discussed small groups a lot. Small groups are a great venue for tough topics to be unpacked and discussed, inspiring further growth in the life of students. The topic that comes up at the time of year: dating. How do you even start with a subject like that? Samantha answers here.
Let's talk about sex ba-by, let's talk about you and me. Let's talk about all the good things and the bad things that may be. We want our students to make great choices for their lives, and that includes this area of their life. Here are four things that seem great now but are hurting people down the road.