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Servant Formation: Not Nice, but Good (9/5/2008)
  An in-depth look at servant-hood and adolescent development, and some talking points to generate conversation with youth.
Filling in the Holes (12/1/2005)
  When teens consistently don't receive adequate support and sense of belonging, the result is a disruption in normal development. Youth group can help to fill in that hole.
Stressed (1/28/2011)
  What is it that causes a teen to change from someone who seems to have it all together one moment into someone screaming for help in the next? What's causing the stress and why the emotional response?
Meeting Them Where They Are (3/1/2005)
  Do you remember developmental theory? If not, or if you want a refresher course, this article is for you. The work of developmental psychologists can do a lot to inform our practice as servants of the Gospel among youth.
Stress and Sports (1/14/2011)
  Athletes have some unique pressures and stressors that have parallel issues in Christianity.
Female Bullying Mean Girls (3/1/2006)
  Most women have participated in female bullying at some point in their lives, either as aggressors or victims. This article discusses how adults can recognize trouble before it starts and how they can step in for the spiritual sakes of all the girls involved.
Blurred Boundaries-Gender Differences and Roles (4/1/2004)
  The boundaries between gender identity/roles and sexuality are being stretched and blurred every day, in every way. Youth workers are in a unique position to bring the focus back to Scripture, which teaches young people who God made them to be. This article discusses how to go about doing just that.

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