FBC YOUTH (GRADE 10-12) COVID-19 RESOURCES
FBC is taking serious precautions to do our part to help slow and stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus by cancelling youth events until further notice.
During this time, FBC wants to support you and your kids in the best way possible.
Here are some resources for high school students.
ONE-WEEK SERIES ON ANXIETY:
This Grade 10 - 12 study is called 'I Have Questions: Anxiety'.
High school has always been stressful, but research tells us that teenagers today are facing more anxiety than ever. In this phase, teenagers face stressors that many of us adults never had to consider (Hello, Snapchat!). And, they’re still developing the tools to navigate those complex situations and emotions. That’s why we want to remind students that they don’t need to face life alone, and that there are tools they can use to overcome the stress and anxiety they may be facing.
Watch 'I HAVE QUESTIONS: ANXIETY':
THREE-WEEK SERIES ON CHANGE:
This Grade 10 - 12 study is called 'Subject to Change'.
In this life, there’s one thing we all have in common: change. No matter who we are, where we come from, or how much we run from it, change is bound to happen in all our lives. At the high school phase, students’ brains are developing in a way where they are primarily thinking with their amygdala (the part of the brain responsible for the fight-or-flight response). That means when change causes anxiety, they may have a tendency to catastrophize the change and assume the worst. Subject to Change is a three-week study in which we’ll discover that although so many things in life are subject to change, God isn’t. It hits 3 bottom lines - Life changes, God doesn't , Not matter what God is with you, and God can change the way you see change.
Watch 'SUBJECT TO CHANGE' Sessions 1 - 3: