Resource Description: The book includes 50 Old Testament and 50 New Testament stories. All stories are one-page paraphrases of Scripture and each story is accompanied by a memorable illustration. There are three reflection questions after each story and a short memory verse. This a good tool for parent-child devotions. There is a workbook available to go with the story book. I've incorporated the curriculum into Confirmation Class as a Bible history review. It could even be used as a separate class for 5th & 6th grade Confirmation Class. You can order it at www.cph.org
Resource Name: Handbook on Counseling Youth, by Josh McDowell
Recommended by:Brent Bitter Resource Description: This is resource is helpful in determining a Biblical approach to helping youth address a wide variety of issues. Ther book is easy to use and is organized well. It provides guidance in identifying the problem, discovering its causes, determining its effects, applying Scripture and in communicating the most appropriate response. You can order this book at www.josh.org. You can also find it at www.amazon.com.
Resource Description: This company offers a wide variety of video curriculums which work well for midweek youth group gatherings or for a youth group summer series. We've used the series "Revoluton" and "Velocity". The illustrations and Biblical applications are well done, but you'll need to listen for Reform theology once in a while. The teens enjoyed the videos and I found them useful for leading the group in self-evaluation and life application of Scripture.