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Youth (12-18 years old) often have faith which is just beginning to blossom into maturity... much like like this Viburnum blossom!
Sunday School Lessons for Teens that help them relate to God are just what they need to nurture their growing faith!
"WHAT I NEED: WHAT GOD HAS FOR ME" is a 3 part series of Youth Bible Study Lessons on God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Each part contains 12 lessons.
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GOD AS CREATOR (God the Father)
GOD AS SAVIOR (God the Son)
GOD AS ENABLER (God the Holy Spirit)
These unique Youth Bible Lessons have straightforward but important Teacher Instructions! Preview and download them now!
This Sunday School Lesson on Prayer will help the teenagers in your Youth Group think through the question of "Why Pray?"
Discuss really important things like:
"WHAT I NEED: WHAT GOD HAS FOR ME" is a set of fast-paced Youth Bible Lessons (for ages 12-18 years) that's guaranteed to wake even the sleepiest of "couch potatoes" in your Youth Room!
This series of exciting Youth Bible Lessons explores deep questions which teens have about God. The lessons allow time for both group discussion and personal reflection.
Teens will tackle tough questions in "Ask Me No Questions/ I'll Tell You No Lies", followed by some serious Bible exploration in "We've Got Questions/ God's Got Answers".
Keeping a personal journal is encouraged to allow the teens in your Youth Group or Sunday School class an opportunity to reflect on potential life applications of biblical truths!
All in all... the Youth in your ministry are going to LOVE these exciting Sunday School Lessons for Teens!
If you haven't done so already, be sure to download ALL THREE PARTS of the Youth Bible Lessons in "What I Need: What God has for Me" now!
You know, it takes a real gift to work with Youth. I think of it sort of like working in foreign missions! Come to think of it, it may occasionally seem easier to make contact with indigenous tribes in a distant land, than to connect with a room full of middle school students in your own church!
But, be encouraged, you are one of the most important persons in their lives... (whether they know it or not!)
You are there telling them about God. And while you are doing so, you are listening to them about their needs, wants, and fears. And while all this is going on, you are being an example to them of what a mature Christian individual is like.
This is really important stuff! You've got to believe me... These kids are never going to forget you! You are trying to help them learn about the love and acceptance of God, and NOTHING is more important than that.
So, when the indigenous tribes in a far away land seem like a preferable alternative, just remember that the teens in that Youth Room need you more right now than you can imagine. Hang in there!
By the way, you may not think anyone is noticing your dedication and hard work. But be encouraged by the words of our Lord, Jesus Christ, which are recorded in Matthew 6:4 "Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you."
God bless you!