Three Big Questions: Tackling Tough Questions...
Hang out with junior highers and you'll quickly realize that they're searching for meaningful answers to important, life-defining issues. As a leader, you have the opportunity to help your students on the journey of discovering solid answers, which...+
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Hang out with junior highers and you'll quickly realize that they're searching for meaningful answers to important, life-defining issues. As a leader, you have the opportunity to help your students on the journey of discovering solid answers, which begins by asking the right questions.
Wherever your students are in their spiritual journey, they all have inquisitive minds and a need for Christ-centered biblical depth. Grapple will help your junior highers examine tough topics in meaningful ways so they understand and own their faith. Each week, students engage with memorable Bible passages and characters, grapple with the issues that come to the surface, and discover a path that leads them straight to Jesus Christ.
"This 12-lesson volume of Grapple features series that address three big questions: "
- Who Do I Think Jesus Is?
- Is It All About Me, Me, Me?
- Got Friends?
Students will encounter lessons about how Jesus claimed to be the promised Messiah, how God helps them experience contentment and peace, and how life is more meaningful with friends along for the ride. Each lesson features interactive, hands-on elements that will get your junior highers talking, moving around, and seeking answers.
Give your teenagers the tools they need to find Christ-centered answers to some of life's biggest questions
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