Youth Ministry Curriculum: Youth Group Lesson Plans

Today’s students have the potential to drastically further the Kingdom of God in their lifetime, but need an approach that addresses the real-life obstacles and challenges they face every day.

Middle School & High School Youth Group Curriculum

As a youth group curriculum that resonates with students, the faith-based version of Habitudes is designed to help you connect with today’s student. Habitudes youth group lesson plans focus on transformation above memorization, favoring real-life conversations that have the power to create a lasting connection between you and your students, who desperately need the influence of trusted adults.

As a small group curriculum for youth and student organizations, Habitudes for Youth Ministry helps today’s students:

  • Build strong character based on integrity and emotional security
  • Develop habits of self-discipline and initiative to achieve their goals
  • Choose their own set of core values for making wise decisions in life.

How Our Youth Group Curriculum & Lesson Plans Work

Are you seeking middle school youth group or high school youth group curriculum? Maybe you are looking for youth group curriculum for college ministries? Perhaps you are looking for large or small group curriculum for youth ministries. Habitudes Youth Ministry Curriculum can serve as the catalyst for transformative conversations and are organized into 13 images each, starting with Habitudes for Self-Leadership: The Art of Leading Yourself. Each Habitude youth ministry curriculum resource focuses on a different aspect of leadership and utilizes scripture to give students a clearer understanding of how to live out their faith.


What’s Included in Habitudes

Our youth ministry curriculum includes access to the following resources:

Flexible Lesson Plans

Teaching Videos

Slide Decks

Group Activities


Student Worksheets

Speak with our team to learn how you can join hundreds of youth ministries and churches around the world by starting Habitudes with either your student leaders or your small group.