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Sharing Your Faith & Serving Others: High School

Sharing Your Faith & Serving Others: High School

Regular price $ 14.99

Overview

Get Teens Engaged With the Heart of Following Jesus!

Teens have a reputation for being self-absorbed and “all-about-me,” but most of them care deeply about God and others and just wish they knew how to show it. With Sharing Your Faith and Serving Others Uncommon High School Group Study, you can equip the students in your group to make a difference in the world by seeing others as Jesus sees them. Teens will learn how to use their gifts in service to others, how to lead their peers with gentleness and compassion, and how to share their faith by being an encouraging, generous friend. These 12 sessions of youth-friendly Bible study are the newest edition to the Uncommon curriculum series created by veteran youth minister Jim Burns. Action-packed, fun activities and insightful discussion outlines will get your teens thinking about the Great Commission and the Great Commandment, and talking about how they can follow Jesus in love and obedience.

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Order the printed edition and you'll get:

  • 6" x 9" printed book shipped from our distribution center

Bonus Content: With your purchase of the printed edition, you will receive a download link for additional reproducible student handouts and options that are specially tailored for every session. These additional resources complement the group study book.

Order the digital download edition and you'll get:
The entire book in PDF format making it easy to use on any digital device
All of the reproducible student handouts and options that are specially tailored for every session (Same as “Bonus Content” above)

Note about digital licensing: The digital edition of the book is licensed to you for use by one teacher or student and is not reproducible. If you have more than one teacher or student who needs this book, then please order the number of copies needed for your class. What is reproducible are the files in the folder marked “Student Handouts.”