Written by Natasha Menifee This is the last of four lessons that we’re releasing on the topic of racism. The big idea of this lesson is: What we believe and how we practice those beliefs should be a reflection of
Written by Natasha Menifee This is the third of four lessons that we’re releasing on the topic of racism. The big idea of this lesson is: Loving God means you love people. Hatred is the opposite of love, and only
Written by Natasha Menifee This is the second of four lessons that we’re releasing on the topic of racism. You can view the first lesson here, which answered this question: What is racism? The goal of the second lesson below
This lesson is the result of a collaborative effort of 100+ youth ministry leaders from around the world, and the extensive work of our writing team. We’ve spent weeks listening to youth leaders on Zoom calls, researching the topic, asking
Editor’s Note: Thank you to the over 100 youth ministry leaders from around the country (and world) who have contributed to this blog post. This is one of many blog posts on racism we’ll be releasing. We’re also hard at
Contributors: Jo Jones, Melissa Atwater, Anthony Justice Williams, Letina Hall, Deana Taylor, Tracie Hamilton-Alston, and Dena Hawkins. We asked our youth ministry community to come up with some discussion questions on the topic of racism, and we received a lot
Black youth ministry leaders, we need your voices! We want to create a number of free youth ministry lessons around the topic of racism, with a specific focus on how the black community has been and continues to be affected.
Our hearts hurt for the black community, who have and continue to experience racial injustice and inequality. We mourn the loss of George Floyd, and many others who have lost their lives due to senseless acts of violence. We support