Youth Ministry Bundle

$ 69.00 Regular price $ 210.00

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Series included in bundle:

  • Encounters with Jesus (NEW 4-week Easter series)
  • A Life of Faith and Adventure (4-week series)
  • Perfectly Imperfect (4-week series)
  • Counter Culture (4-week series)
  • 1 Timothy 4:12 (4-week series)
  • Philippians (4-week series)

Series #1 ($35 Value) - Encounters with Jesus is a 4-week Easter series. 

The Gospels are full of stories that show us the miraculous power of Jesus, but there are some that show us even more. In this series, we’ll look at some amazing stories from the Gospels where ordinary people had extraordinary encounters with the Jesus. Each encounter will help them see more of who Jesus is and why He came to earth.

Encounters with Jesus is the perfect Easter series because week 3 focuses on Jesus’ death on the cross and week 4 on his resurrection.

Encounters with Jesus Overview

Lesson 1: The Widow of Nain

Bible: Luke 7:11-17

Bottom Line: Jesus has power over death.

Description: In this week’s lesson, we’ll look at the encounter of Jesus and the Widow of Nain. She had lost her husband and now her son, but on the way to the graveyard she met Jesus. In Jesus’ actions, we see that He has compassion for broken hearts. But even more importantly, we see that He has power over death.

Lesson 2: Jesus Casts Out Demons

Bible: Mark 5:1-20

Bottom Line: Jesus has power over sin.

Description: Jesus came to bring redemption and salvation people who are caught in sin. In Jesus’ ministry, we see several encounters that display His power over sin. None of these stories present this power so vividly and memorably than His encounter with the demon-possessed man. This wild encounter with Jesus clearly illustrates His power over sin.

Lesson 3: Jesus' Death and Burial

Bible: John 16:16-18; Matthew 27:27-31, 59-61

Bottom Line: It’s Friday, but Sunday’s coming! 

Description: On the day of Jesus’ death, all hope seemed lost. For that moment, it seemed like sin and death had won. The people were expecting a powerful king to lead them into a mighty kingdom, but now their king was dead. They had no idea that Jesus’ death was just temporary, and that his resurrection would give them access to such a greater Kingdom. It’s Friday, but Sunday’s coming!

Lesson 4: The Road to Emmaus

Bible: Luke 24:13-35 

Bottom Line: Jesus is alive and He has freed us from sin!

Description: On the day of Jesus’ resurrection, there was still much confusion about what had happened. Two of His followers debated what they had heard as they walked along the road outside Jerusalem. Suddenly, Jesus appeared to them and explained God’s plan of redemption from beginning to end. They didn’t recognize Jesus at first. But when their eyes were opened, they realized it was Jesus and that He is ALIVE.

Series #2 ($35 Value): A Life of Faith and Adventure is a 4-week series examining New Testament accounts of Peter's life of faith and adventure. 

A Life of Faith and Adventure Overview

Lesson 1: Jesus invites us into a life of adventure; following Him.
Bible: Matthew 4:18-22; Jeremiah 16:16-17; Hebrews 11:1; Romans 8:31
Lesson Objective: Students will be challenged to accept Jesus’ invitation to follow Him into a life of adventure. 

Lesson 2: When you run into obstacles, have faith in Jesus.
Bible: Matthew 14:22-33, 16:13-16, 18-19, 21-23, 17:1-5;
James 1: 2-4
Lesson Objective: Students will be encouraged to see the obstacles in their lives as opportunities to grow in their faith. 

Lesson 3: When fear and doubt show up, put your faith in Jesus.
Bible: John 21:1-7, 8-14, 10-19
Lesson Objective: Students will learn that even when they are faced with fear and doubt, Jesus is waiting to receive them and use them to spread his message of love and hope.

Lesson 4: The adventurous life of following Jesus is never ending.
Bible: John 4:13-14; Acts 2
Lesson Objective: Students will understand that the adventure of faith is meant to last a lifetime. 

Series #3 ($35 Value) - Perfectly Imperfect is a 4-week series reminding us that even our "heroes of the faith" shared the same struggles that we do today.

Perfectly Imperfect Overview

Week 1: Abraham – Be Patient, be Patient, don’t be in such a hurry! 
Bible: Genesis 15:6; 17:1-2, 17, 19 
Bottom Line: Waiting on God’s timing is not easy but will give us the best results. 
Week 2: Lie, Cheat, and Steal – The Story of David 
Bible: 1 Samuel 16:13; 1 Samuel 17:36-37, 48-51; 2 Samuel 11:2-5, 14-17; Psalm 51:10-12 
Bottom Line: Our imperfections do not have to keep us from doing the will of God in our lives.  
Week 3: Gideon – Doubter 
Bible: Judges 6 
Bottom Line: God’s power to use us to do His will is greater than any doubts we have in ourselves or our ability to be used by God.  
Lesson 4: Moses – Bad Speaker, Bad Temper 
Bible: Exodus 2:11-12, 23:19; Numbers 19:6-11; Exodus 4:10 
Bottom Line: Our character flaws do not disqualify us from doing God’s will. They uniquely qualify us for the task God has placed on our lives.  

Series #4 ($35 Value) - Counter Culture is a 4-week series showing students how Jesus teaches a better way of life that often seems opposite to our culture. 

Counter Culture Overview

Lesson 1: Love Your Neighbor 
Bible: Matthew 22:34-40; Luke 10:30-37 
Bottom Line: The words of Jesus call Christians to look past the things that divide us and to love those around us.

Lesson 2: Love God 
Bible: Matthew 6:33, 7:21-23 
Bottom Line: The life of a Christian must be lived IN Christ, putting God first in every area. 

Lesson 3: Love to Follow 
Bible: Luke 18:18-23 
Bottom Line: Jesus requires that when we follow Him we must be willing to be a trader, to give up the things we hold dear in this world for a better life of eternity with Him. 

Lesson 4: Love to Forgive 
Bible: Mark 11:25 
Bottom Line: Jesus calls Christians to forgive others just as He has forgiven them.

Series #5 ($35 Value): 1 Timothy 4:12 is a 4-week series about how God uses teenagers and those who don't feel like they can measure up to do amazing things!

1 Timothy 4:12 Overview
Week 1: Josiah, the Too-Young King
Bible: 1 Timothy 4:12, 2 Kings 22-23, 2 Chronicles 34-35
Bottom Line: Students will understand that God can use anyone, no matter their age, to do great things for His kingdom. Students will be encouraged to step out in faith to make an impact for God’s kingdom.
Week 2: Ehud, the Other-Abled Judge
Bible: Judges 3:12-30
Bottom Line: Students will understand that God doesn’t just use us in spite of our weaknesses but actually uses our weaknesses to accomplish His purposes.
Week 3: Deborah, the Unlikely War Hero
Bible: Galatians 3:28, Judges 4-5
Bottom Line: Students will understand that in the kingdom of God, social status does not matter. God often uses those that the world casts aside to do great things for His kingdom.
Week 4: Gideon, the Cowardly Judge
Bible: 2 Timothy 1:7, Judges 6-8, Philippians 1:6
Bottom Line:Through the story of Gideon, students will learn to see themselves as God sees them, and that God can do mighty things with small armies and cowardly leaders.

Series #6 ($35 Value): The Book of Philippians 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.

Philippians Overview

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.


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.

ALL OUR RESOURCES ARE WRITTEN BY YOUTH LEADERS like you who have a heart to see God move in the lives of students.

OUR STUFF IS TOP NOTCH. We don't just throw together an outline and sell it to you. Our writers take a lot of time and effort creating quality youth ministry resources that are jam packed with more than enough teaching material. Furthermore, we have a top notch team that consists of an editor, graphic designer, website designer, customer support person, etc.