Grades 9-12 | The Power of a Question
We’ve launched a new series focusing on the questions of Jesus. Each week, students are examining a different passage of Scripture to discover what was behind some of the questions Jesus asked in the Gospels.
In this first lesson, we explored Luke 8:26-39, where Jesus encountered Legion—a man who had been rejected and banished because of his demon possession. Legion’s main issue was that there were so many competing voices in his head that he didn’t know who he really was. Our conversation focused on how Jesus’ simple question to Legion allowed for a miraculous interaction.
This week, I encourage you to spend a few minutes talking with your teenager about our lesson. Here are some questions that can help fuel the conversation:
Grades 6-8 | The Power of a Question
We’ve started a new series called “God Is.” For the next three sessions, our teenagers will look at different character traits of God and how those traits invite us to know and love God more. We also will explore how these traits impact their relationship with Jesus.
In this first lesson, we dug into Genesis 39, where Joseph experienced God’s presence in both the good (leading successfully) and the bad (being thrown in prison). God is everywhere and nearby. That may sound like a contradiction, but it shows us the beautiful character of God. God is near you when things are going well, as well as on the worst days.
Take some time to talk more with your teenager about this lesson. Use these questions to get started:
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