Sometimes, quite on a whim, we come up with new projects for ourselves...
My latest is to preview some of the gazillions of "Teens' Guide to X Religon" on the shelves of the local library. Partially to know what's available for our youth and young adults, and partially because, well, I can do that reading while my brain is tired... First in my hand was _Buddha in Your Backpack: Everyday Buddhism for Teens_ by Franz Metcalf.
In general, accessible and covers all the major bases of both Buddhism and the teen years. His tone has some painful moments of "I'm trying too hard to sound cool to teenagers", but he's got a passion for both subjects and some really great resources.
The sexuality section was not *quite* OWL values, but almost. Any youth who has taken OWL will be nodding their head.
(I am doing a bunch of reading towards the credentialing process for Unitarian Universalist religious educators - if you'd like to know what that list looks like, check out