Grades 9-12 | Jesus Is the Way
We’ve started a new three-lesson series called “Jesus at the End of Time.” It will help students explore Jesus’ role in the future, as well as their future with him.
In the first lesson, we looked at John 14:1-14, where Jesus told the disciples about what was to come. Jesus said we can trust him because he’s going to prepare a place for us in his Father’s home.
Jesus was speaking about the time following his death. He’s preparing a place in heaven for his disciples—anyone who believes in him—for all eternity. As the way, the truth, and the life, Jesus is the only path to eternal life with God.
Find some time—or create some time—at the dinner table or in the car to talk more about this topic with your teenager. Feel free to start the conversation with these questions:
Grades 6-8 | Knowing the Bible Helps You Know Jesus
We’ve wrapped up our series titled “More Than the Red Letters.” The goal each week has been to help teenagers discover connections between the Old Testament and the New Testament.
In our final lesson, we explored Acts 8:26-38, where God led a follower of Jesus named Philip to share the truth and understanding of a Scripture passage with an Ethiopian leader. The man was reading words from the book of Isaiah but didn’t understand what it all meant. Because Philip had knowledge of the Scripture, he was able to help the Ethiopian leader and point him to Jesus.
This week, I encourage you to spend a few minutes talking with your teenager about our lesson. Consider fueling your conversation with these questions:
Have an incredible week!
Parents, the most important youth minister in your teen's life is YOU. This blog exists to keep you aware of what we're discussing in our classes and at events we attend. It also includes prompts for YOU to continue the conversations at home! No other factor influences the spiritual development of a teenager more than their parents.