Youth & Intergenerational Resources

If you have questions or concerns about how to replace VBS/Day Camp or what to do instead of camp or a mission trip, this is the conversation for you! Join clergy and other faith formation leaders from UCC, UMC and Presbyterian congregations around Minnesota for this discussion, jointly presented with The Ministry Lab. Rev. Kevin Brown, Associate Conference Minister of Faith Formation for Children & Youth, will facilitate this supplemental Co-Lab Webinar “Do You Know What You’re Doing This Summer…??” For more information, contact Rev. Kevin Brown or Rev. Emily Meyer, Ministry Lab Director. Join via Zoom with this LINK.  If you prefer to join via telephone, call 1-312-626-6799 and use meeting code 997 774 390.

EssayonTime writer Erin Mulligan offers a Guide to Bullying Awareness and Prevention for Youth: How to Recognize and Prevent Abuse at College. It includes a number of discussion starter questions and data, links to counseling and intervention resources, and parent/mentor guides.

Fuller Youth Institute offers this helpful article on Reinventing Graduation and this 4-Week digital/downloadable study for high schoolers: Faith in an Anxious World.

Spark House offers a number of intergenerational online resources.

Fuller Youth Institute offers a 4-week curriculum on anxiety and faith for high school students.

The Lewis Center for Church Leadership shares 50 Ways to Strengthen Ministry with Youth.

d365 is an online daily devotion that includes leading questions that could be discussion starters.

The Ministry Lab’s Rev. Emily Meyer offers several study guides based on movies and series, including Iron Man (2008), Spider Man (2002), Messiah (Netflix, 2020), and – coming soon: movement and activity-based Frozen 2!

forma/Faith@Home shares regular/weekly RCL “lectionary-based readings and reflections”.