How To Write A Youth Day Occasion Speech?


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Meg Hayes Profile
Meg Hayes answered
When giving a youth day speech, it is often a good idea to begin with a quote from the Bible. However, unless you are familiar with a lot of the hundreds of Bible passages that exist then you will have to spend quite a bit of time trying to find one that is suitable for you.

One Bible passage that appears to be most popular with youth day speeches is from Timothy 4:12 and it goes as follows: "Let no man despise your youth".

One mistake that a lot of people tend to make when it comes to writing a youth day speech is that they try to relate to the audience too much and they end up making a fool of themselves or their speech ends up being not as good as it could be. You should just be yourself in your speech and not try to be anything that you are not. The speech should be relatable but not look as though you are trying too hard. The youth of today like to make sure that their individuality sets them apart from adults and don't like it when adults try to be more like them. This doesn't mean that they won't like you, just treat them like grown ups and don't focus too much on their youth. What you should focus on is what they can do as young people within their church community.

If you want to go really religious, then you can talk about how much good the youth of today can do in the world and you can emphasize that despite their image within society, then can still save themselves. Be careful not to sound too preachy as a lot of people, especially young people, do not take lightly to this.

However, as mentioned before, the best thing that you can include in your speech is a relevant quote from the Bible. This is the part that you should spend the most time on to make sure that your chosen quote is the best one possible.
Ken Qualls Profile
Ken Qualls answered
You could begin with 1 Timothy 4:12 "Let no man dispise your youth then talk about how important it is to begin serving God when you are young and how God used young people throughout the Bible and all history to this day.
You could tell about David, Joseph, Timothy, Mark and other youth in the Bible and find some examples from today and other times in the recent past. Your example should point out that God uses ordinary people who felt inadequate.
Ecclesiastes Chapter 12 would be useful. I begins: "Remember your Creator in the days of your youth..."

Some youth feel that no one wants their opinion or really cares about them. Let them know that God cares and so do more people than they realize.

I hope this is helpful.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I need a welcome speech for youth program at church
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Anonymous answered
You should write something like what they youth should do n just because their young they can still be save
Marlon Delchot Profile
Marlon Delchot answered
I cannot give you  a sample, but I think I have a few subjects which might be useful.
To a boy it is important to be obedient. To a girl it is an important characteristic that she is always ready to help, to serve. A boy must listen when his mother is teaching him, especially when it comes to women and he must not ignore his fathers voice. If you work out these items you have a good speech for Youth Day.
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