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Resource: DVD (WHABLU) What Would You Do?     
Publisher: bluefish tv, 2009
Vendor: Bluefish Tv
Length: 8 sessions
Heading: YMI — Youth Ministries
Subjects: Human Relationships; Personal Growth; Values; Youth Ministry
Location: YMI
# Copies: 1
ISBN/ISSN: 9781572752030
 Description: It is often when we're faced with a pressure or temptation that our true character is revealed. The choice is ours. These open-ended video illustrations are designed to jump start discussions in your small or large group setting.
Money for the Movies
Your friend is pressuring you to go to the movies with him but you don’t have any money. While folding laundry, a ten-dollar bill slip out of a pair of jeans … and it isn’t yours. What would you do? This open-ended video illustration is designed to jump start discussions in your small or large group setting.
Prom Scheme
You’ve waited and planned for senior prom all year long. Just before the big day, you’re pressured by a friend to compromise your standards and values. Will you stay true to your convictions? This open-ended video illustration is designed to jump start discussions in your small or large group setting.
Facebook Girls
You’re with a bunch of your friends for a sleepover and they decide to publicly humiliate a classmate … on Facebook. Will you decide to join them or stand up for what’s right? This open-ended video illustration is designed to jump start discussions in your small or large group setting.
A Good Samaritan?
You stumble on the scene of a bully who has just beaten up a classmate. He’s lying on the ground hurting and pleading for your help with the attacker still there. What would you do? This open-ended video illustration is designed to jump start discussions in your small or large group setting.
Age Groups: Middle School; High School; Young Adult


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