Rethinking youth ministry has posted a real life version of the story about the boy going through chemo who loses all his hair? Embarrassed to return to school, he rides home from the hospital dreading the next day until he reaches home and is surprised to see all his friends – and every single one of them has shaved their head!

They posted a news article on how a high school boy is bullied by some homophobic students for wearing a pink t-shirt at school until other student’s take action to show their solidarity.

It is great to see young people willing to take the lead in making a stand against those who pick on the outcasts.

Chris
cskidd1983@gmail.com
Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

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  1. We came up with a set of simple rules which all came under the heading of RESPECT! After three weeks, we gave the young people a chance to review and change them. They liked them and told us to enforce them more strictly! I don’t seem to have a copy of them anywhere, but if I remember they were – listen to each other and leaders, do as you are asked by a leader, violence and agressive behaviour is not acceptable. Something like that anyway! As for who is responsible for them when, I regularly remind the parents of this in letters and when I see them if there’s an issue.

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