Author: Anderson, John Henry
When geeky teenager Peter Parker is bitten by a genetically altered spider, he receives spider-like super powers. But Peter must choose how he will use those powers. Will he use them to get what he wants and needs, or will he use them to help others? This program (1-2 sessions) on Spider-Man revolves around making responsible choices in life.
Author: Pipher, Mary
Youth Minister Issues
Choose dvd or video. Exclusive, illustrated interview with Mary Pipher, covering the challenges facing today's teens, especially girls, as well as the role of media and popular culture in shaping their identities. Offers concrete ideas for girls and boys, families, teachers and school to help girls free themselves from the toxic influences of today's media-saturated culture. Includes version for classroom group and for home and study guide with resources, exercises and tips.
Author: Adam Hamilton
In today's culture wars both sides are utterly convinced that they know God's will---and to give in an inch is to surrender. Adam Hamilton explains how the gospel is neither politically conservative nor liberal, Republican nor Democrat; he probes instead the true meaning of discipleship and spiritual maturity in a divided world. Five-session DVD, approx. 97 minutes.
Author: Lundblad and Hea Sun Kim
2002 UMW Assembly (Philadelphia) 2 Bible studies . 1: Singing in the Window: Rehab's Subversive Song by Barbara K. Lundblad based on Joshua 2:1-21. Deals with conflict between insiders and outsiders in society today. 2: To Know Children, To Know God by Hea Sun Kim based on Matthew 18:1-5. Deals with children as a gift from God and a sign of God's kingdom yet too many suffer needlessly from hunger, disease, abuse, and neglect.