For Students

If You Need Help

Is something wrong in your life?

The most important thing to do when something goes wrong: talk to someone you trust. This is extremely important for the best outcome in your life. You may think you cannot bring yourself to speak to someone, but you must try.

Think carefully about whom you can share difficulties with. Start with one or both of your parents. Think of your youth leader; pastor; elder; adult friends who know you well and have proven trustworthy; your own friends who care about you and have good judgment.

You may be trying to help your friend. The same guidelines apply. If you or your friend are in immediate danger or feel suicidal, talk to someone you trust right now.


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Lessons

Weekly online lessons for teens (aged 15-18) made available and downloadable as PDFs.

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Conflict of the Ages companion books

Cornerstone Connections lessons are structured on the simplified Conflict of the Ages five-volume set, which are adapted and condensed in contemporary language for easier reading.

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Find Cornerstone Connections content with the iPhone, iPad, or Android App.

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