9 resources found
|An At Times Generation
One lesson…with media (Keynote file available upon request). Synopsis: By taking a look at the highlights of the great Bible hero Samson, we can see that, without a doubt, there were certain times, when the presence of God mightily moved upon him. HoRead More…
Faithfulness, Trust, commitment, determination
|Lessons, PowerPoint Backgrounds, Stock Images||Collection, PowerPoint, jpg, pdf||Nate Roemer|
|More Than A Kiss
A single lesson dealing with our long term relationship with Christ. Based on the story of Ruth and Naomi. Contains lesson, main graphic, Powerpoint (Keynote is available for those that are interested) video clip, song suggestion, skit.
|Drama / Skits, Lessons, PowerPoint Backgrounds, Video Clips / Countdowns||Collection, Keynote, PowerPoint, jpg, mov||Nate Roemer|
|The Burden of Persuasion
This is a lession for college age students using the legal concept of the burden of persuasion to illustrate the level of commitment we must have a Christians, and posing the question: if you were arrested and charged with Christianity, would there beRead More…
Calling, Paul, Stephen, commitment, conviction, persecution
“Lavish” was a series we taught on the principle of giving lives wholly to God. Just as Jesus lavishes His love on us, we should lavishly give of our time, energy, and resources to our King.
Giving, commitment, energy, give, money, resources, sacrifice, time
|Lessons, PowerPoint Backgrounds, Stock Images||Adam Rios|
This lesson is about weighing your commitment and what it will cost. Also the idea the once you commit yourself you should commit yourself all the way.
|Four Things You Should Teach Your Students (part 1 of 2)
Maybe the best thing about student ministry today is relevance; however it also may be the worst thing.
bible reading, bible study, commitment, prayer, relevance
|More Than Just Going Out With God
What it means to have relationship with God. Helps younger teens and adolescents understand that relationship with God is more than just going out with Him.
Serious, Young Teens, commitment, relationship
|The Tragedy of Almost
"Almost" is a tragic word. Don”t become an almost
|The Tragedy of Almost
Almost is the most tragic word in our language. Don”t be an almost!