For only $57 get our 6 youth group series ($210 value).
The 6 series include: Philippians (4-weeks); Salt & Light (4-weeks); James (4-weeks); Summer Olympic Games (4-weeks); Friendship (4-weeks); and Made to Worship (4-weeks).
Here's an overview of each series:
Series #1 ($35 Value) The Book of Philippians is a 4-week series that helps students to keep a “kingdom perspective” while facing the ups and downs of everyday life.
The letter to the Philippians was one of the last epistles that Paul wrote.
Tradition tells us that he wrote it while in prison for his faith.
In these circumstances, Paul encourages the Philippians, and us, to persevere in their faith and to remember that their (our) true citizenship is not on this earth but in heaven.
Week 1 - Paul’s Prayer for the Believers
Bible: Philippians 1
Bottom Line: Students will understand the circumstances and context of Paul’s letter to the Philippians. Students will understand what it means to live as a “citizen of heaven” in the world in which they live.
Week 2 - Having the Attitude of Christ
Bible: Philippians 2
Bottom Line: Students will understand the sacrifices Christ humbly made in both His life and His death here on earth. Students will be encouraged to make similar selfless sacrifices for the sake of others and in the name of Christ.
Week 3 - Pressing on Toward the Goal
Bible: Philippians 3
Bottom Line: Students will understand that the goal of the Christian life is knowledge of and relationship with Christ. Students will understand the importance of perseverance in the Christian life and that Christ is the source of our ability to press on toward the goal.
Week 4 - Paul’s Final Encouragement
Bible: Philippians 4
Bottom Line: Students will receive practical encouragement to continue living as citizens of heaven.
Series #2 ($35 Value) - Salt & Light is a 4-Week series helping students become salt and light to the world around them.
Salt & Light Overview
Week 1: Sermon on the Mount
Bible: Matthew 5:1-12, Matthew 5:13-16, Matthew 5:14-16
Bottom Line: Jesus has called you to be the salt and light of your school.
Week 2: Why Should I Care About Others?
Bible: John 13:1-5, John 13:12-15
Bottom Line: We serve because Jesus has served us.
Week 3: Who is My Neighbor?
Bible: Mathew 22:37-39, Luke 10:25-29, Luke 10:30-37, John 13:35
Bottom Line: Go and love your neighbor as yourself. Especially those who others around you don’t accept or those who are mean to you.
Week 4: Gifted to Serve
Bible: Ephesians 2:10, 1Peter 4:10, 1Corinthians 12:4-6
Bottom Line: God gives every believer spiritual gifts to help him or her be salt and light.
Series #3 ($35 Value) - The Book of James is a 4-Week series on the “Proverbs of the New Testament”.
Week 1: True Religion
Bible: James 1: 27
Bottom Line: True religion is about loving and caring for those around us who are the most vulnerable. We must open our eyes and our hearts to where God needs us to be living out our faith.
Week 2: The Perfect Pair: Faith and Works
Bible: James 2:14-18
Bottom Line: How we live is the evidence of our faith. Works and faith are the perfect pair.
Week 3: That Tongue…
Bible: James 3:1-12
Bottom Line: The tongue can be used to bless others or as a weapon and God can and wants to help you use it well.
Week 4: Stand Firm and Be Patient
Bible: James 5: 7-9
Bottom Line: Stand firm and be patient because you are not alone. The Lord is with you.
Series #4 ($35 Value) - Summer Olympic Games is a 4-Week series that uses the "sports" and "training" metaphors of the New Testament to help students grow in the faith.
Summer Olympic Games Overview
The 2016 Summer Games are around the corner! Each week students play a fun "summer olympic game" that sets up the message.
Throughout his Letters, the Apostle Paul uses athletic imagery to describe the Christian’s walk with Christ. He does this to encourage us to be disciplined in our faith, to persevere during hard times, to work together with fellow believers, and to keep our eyes on the prize. This series uses the sports metaphors of the New Testament to help students grow in their faith.
Lesson 1: Self-Discipline
Like an athlete training for the big game or race, a Christian must be disciplined in their walk of faith. This lesson will show students what this training consists of.
Bible: 1 Corinthians 9:24-27
Lesson 2: Teamwork
An athlete, even one in a solo sport, needs the support of others to be successful. In the same way, Christians cannot go it alone; we need each other for help and support.
Bible: 1 Corinthians 12:12-32
Lesson 3: Perseverance
Being an athlete means doing the hard work even when it’s not fun. In the same way, being a Christian often means staying disciplined and working hard, even when it’s not fun or convenient.
Bible: Philippians 3:10-14; 4:13
Lesson 4: Focus
If an athlete wants to win, they must keep their eye on the prize. In the same way, a Christian must maintain a singular focus on the prize (a closer relationship with Christ).
Bible: 1 Corinthians 9:24-27
Series #5 ($35 Value) - Made to Worship is a 4-week series helping students discover they're created to worship God.
Made to Worship Overview
Week 1 – What is Worship?
Bible: Genesis 1:1, Psalm 19:1-4, Romans 1:20, Romans 5:8
Bottom Line: Worship is our response to God’s awesomeness.
Week 2 – Who do we worship?
Bible: 2 Samuel 6
Bottom Line: Our worship is always for the one true God.
Week 3 – How Do We Worship?
Bible: Psalm 98:4, Luke 17:15, Exodus 3:5, Psalm 95:6, Revelation 4:10-11, Revelation 11:16, Psalm 119:103, Psalm 149:1
Bottom Line: We can worship God in many different ways.
Week 4 – When and where should we worship?
Bible: John 4:19-24, 1Corinthians 6:19, Hebrews 4:14-16, Hebrews 13:15-16, Exodus 3:1-6
Bottom Line: Because God is with us, we can worship Him anytime and anywhere.
Series #6 ($35 Value) - A 4-week series helping students navigate the world of friendship.
This series answers these questions and more: Why is it important to choose good friends? How do you choose good friends? How can you influence your friends?
Week 1 – Choosing the Right Friends
Bible: Proverbs 18:24, Proverbs 12:26, Matthew 15:14Bottom Line: Everyone cannot be your friend.
What’s that to me? It is very important that we learn how to “choose” the right friends that will help us to grow and become better people.
Week 2 – Impact!
Bible: Proverbs 27:17, Ruth 1:6-14, Ruth 16-18
Bottom Line: When iron blades are rubbed together, each of them become sharper and more effective.
What’s that to me? I have the ability to impact my friends in a positive way that will make us all better.
Week 3 – What kind of friend are you?
Bible: Mark 2:4, Ecclesiastes 4:9-10, Genesis 2:18
Bottom Line: Strive to be the very best friend you can be.
What’s that to me? Your friendships may require you to put in a lot of work but it is all worth it in the end.
Week 4 – Your Ride or Die Friends
Bible: 1 Samuel 19
Bottom Line: Your ride or die friends will stick with you through the good times and the bad.
What’s that to me: Some people are just temporarily passing through your life but your true friends will hang in there until the very end.
WHAT YOU GET
EVERYTHING IS DOWNLOADABLE. After purchase, you'll be directed to the download page and get an email that includes a link to download all the resources. Feel free to share the download link with volunteers. The bundle is only available as a downloadable product.
FOR YOUTH MINISTRY. The resources included in the bundle are written for teenagers (12-18 years old).
LESSONS AND GAMES COME IN PDF & WORD format so you can edit as needed and share with volunteers.
SERIES ARTWORK includes cover image for promotional use and blank text image for making your own presentation slides.
LESSONS include a fun opening game, creative teaching, and engaging small group discussion questions. Although the lessons aren't meant to be read word for word (we encourage you to make it your own), included is a detailed script for leaders to follow.
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