A Sinful Woman Washes Jesus’ Feet
This week we finished up our series titled “The Controversial Jesus” by talking about the time when a sinful woman washed the feet of Jesus. The woman used nothing more than a bottle of expensive perfume and her hair to show Jesus how thankful she was for all that he had done for her. It’s an amazing story that reminds us of God’s great love and our great gratitude for forgiveness.
As you go throughout the week, help cement this idea in your teenager’s life by asking the following questions:
Have a blessed week!
During our third week of our four-lesson series titled “The Controversial Jesus,” we examined a time when Jesus referred to a group of religious leaders as “whitewashed tombs."
This lesson helped us see the importance of being sure that our hearts and actions match up. We cannot claim to be a follower of Christ and then live a life that contradicts who we say we are. This sometimes happens in teen friendships, where someone will seem to be a friend, but it turns out they were never really a teenager’s friend in the first place. It’s a tough topic to address when it happens, but we pray that this lesson helps prepare our students for those moments.
As you go throughout the week, help reinforce this teaching in your teenager’s life by asking these kinds of questions as you have the opportunity:
We hope you're having an amazing week!
The First Shall Be Last
We had another great time of conversation during the second week of our four-lesson series titled “The Controversial Jesus.” This week we looked at the controversy Jesus stirred up when he repeatedly spoke about how “the first shall be last.” We looked at the implications of this saying, and we discussed how we could apply it to our lives as followers of Christ.
As you go throughout the week, help reinforce this teaching in your child’s life by asking the following questions as you have the opportunity:
Have an awesome week!
NEXT WEEK | Whitewashed Tombs (Matthew 23:1-28)
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