The Hunger Games
A Thoughtful Discussion Guide for Parents
Whether or not you want your high school students and preteen kids to be reading the books and watching the movie, chances are high that families in your church are coming into contact with the current excitement surrounding The Hunger Games.
Our student ministry team has developed a response that we’re distributing to parents of our kids to encourage them to dialogue with their children and talk through some of the serious content and questions that The Hunger Games is bringing into the lives of our youth.
Feel free to take this resource and run with it. I think a part of our jobs, as those who are called to serve kids and families in our communities, is to resource them to have significant conversations around their dinner tables about stuff like this. And, I think that part of my job is to share neat things like this that our student ministry team made for our families.
Sharing is a good thing, right?
A special thanks to our Student Ministry intern, Kailyn King, for doing the footwork to make this resource a reality. One day, you’ll be allowed to hire her at your church to run your student ministry. But… not yet – we want to keep her for a while