Grades 9-12 | Jesus' Return
We’ve wrapped up our series about “Jesus at the End of Time.” In the final lesson, we discussed Revelation 22:8-21, where Jesus says he’s coming back soon. After he died on the cross and rose again, Jesus went up to heaven. But he promised to return for us, to take us to our heavenly reward if we believe in him.
Jesus’ return is joyous for Christians. He advises us to be ready for his return, living lives that honor him and sharing his good news with other people.
Talk with your teenager this week about the lesson, and please continue exploring Jesus’ truths together. Feel free to start with these discussion questions:
Grades 6-8 | You Can Reflect Jesus’ Awesomeness
We’re continuing our series titled “Created in God’s Image.” Each week, we’re exploring specific Scriptures that reveal the truth about who Jesus is and who we are. These lessons are designed to help teenagers find their identity and purpose through Jesus’ love.
In this second lesson, we explored 2 Corinthians 3:13-18, where Paul encourages the Christ-followers in Corinth to continue pursuing a Jesus-centered life. When we reflect God’s glory, people will recognize him—they will realize that we spend time with Jesus. This is an awesome thing. It means that people might come to know Jesus and experience his love because they know us.
This week, I encourage you to keep the conversation going with your teenager. Here are a few questions that might help:
Thanks for being a parent who talks about Jesus with your child. We’re praying for you because you are awesome and we love you. Have a great 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.