Teens Lounge Ep4 – Choice Of Words

We discussed about Teenagers Choice of Words. This topic was chosen to help teenagers realise the power of their tongues and basically help them to use this power in the right way. Questions were asked to find out how an average teenagers thinks or reasons. Because we know that it is what they think of, that they say and most times do. The Teenagers shared and expressed themselves on how others speak to them which has also affected how they speak to others.
The Teenagers were advised or rather enlightened on the best ways to speak and express themselves especially in public. They were taught to put their audience in mind before saying anything at all, they were also taught to make a difference and stand out among other teenagers, because it will be easy for them to correct other teenagers and even adults if they themselves are doing or speaking the right way.

Teens Lounge Ep3 – Decision Making

The title of this weeks episode is Decision Making, we spoke about the importance of Decision Making and how teenagers make decisions, who influences their Decision Making, their morals, values, and what they stand for as a person. We also talked about how teenagers handle challenges and who they speak too first before anyone else, who is in their circle, who they look up to, and who their role model is. We also talked about how God can inspire our Decision Making, differentiating the voice of God and our conscience. We rounded off with how the Holy Spirit can inspire us to do the right things and how it is okay to ask the Holy Spirit even for the littlest of things. How the Holy Spirit will never contradict the word of God. We gave examples of how helping others have inspired us to help other people as well

Teens Lounge Children’s Day Celebrations

This episode of Teens Lounge was dedicated to children and teenagers to celebrate the children’s day which was on May 27, 2018. We organized an Essay competition, the topic was Student’s, Morality and the Internet. Students from Kambridge Comprehensive College, Christ Ambassadors Int’l College and Oak’s view College were the only schools which showed interest in the essay competition. We had more than one entry from each school so we graded the essays individually, not according to the schools. The best 3 essays were picked and were invited to the studio to come read their essay individually to encourage other teenagers and children out there to brace up to healthy academic challenges. At the end of the programme, the winner, the first runner up as well as the second runner up were rewarded respectively.