Dealing with Stress and Crisis: High School Group Study
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Equip Teens to Deal With Stresses in Their Lives!
Today’s teens deal with stresses that most of us never imagined when we were in high school: teen depression, suicide, AIDS and other STDs, pornography at the click of a mouse. Many teenagers feel stressed out and helpless in the face of such issues. So how can youth leaders help teens in their group develop the coping skills and strength of heart to deal with the crises that arise in their lives?
Youth-ministry veteran Jim Burns has developed Uncommon: Dealing with Stress & Crisis to equip leaders with the tools they need to start effective conversations and build a supportive peer community. Using the Bible as a foundation, this study provides leaders with indispensable tips for guiding dialog to get their teens talking, thinking and praying.
Order the printed edition and you'll get:
- 6" x 9" printed book shipped from our distribution center
Bonus Content: With your purchase of the printed edition, you will receive a download link for additional reproducible student handouts and options that are specially tailored for every session. These additional resources complement the group study book.
Order the digital download edition and you'll get:
The entire book in PDF format making it easy to use on any digital device
All of the reproducible student handouts and options that are specially tailored for every session (Same as “Bonus Content” above)
Note about digital licensing: The digital edition of the book is licensed to you for use by one teacher or student and is not reproducible. If you have more than one teacher or student who needs this book, then please order the number of copies needed for your class. What is reproducible are the files in the folder marked “Student Handouts.”