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How one acts in different situations (See also Attitude, Character)


Free How Do Others Read Me?
When you get together and talk with friends, what are you most like? Copy this page and hand out to the class. Great for an icebreaker or group-building exercise.
Members Mirror Me
Ephesians 5:1 instructs us to be imitators of God. This activity demonstrates that we must pay close attention to that which we wish to imitate.
Members No Whining
Students get clued in on how much and how often they really complain.
Members Picking a Fight
When is it okay to be angry?
Members What Would You Do?
(Conversation Starters) A simple way to get everyone talking about how they would react when faced with Spiritual dilemmas.


Members Am I Free?
What if you had to ask permission to do whatever you wanted to do? An exercise in Christian freedom.
Free What's My Fancy?
Earn the most points to show how well you know the persons sitting next to you.


Members A Riot in Ephesus
This lesson provides instruction on how to effectively share the Gospel.
Members Action!
The goal of this lesson is to inspire students to live lives of action and to understand that theology without practice is useless.
Members Anger
This lesson helps students develop a plan for dealing with their anger in a Christlike manner.
Members Cooties, Commercials, and the Way It Should Be
This lesson helps students navigate through the difficult process of building relationships with members of the opposite sex.
Members Free to Live
Students are challenged to recognize that they are called to freedom by breaking the shackles of sin and instead submit their lives to Jesus.
Members Having the Right Attitude
In order to survive the Amazing Race that leads to Victory in Christ, it is crucial to have an unselfish attitude.
Members How to Avoid Plucking Out Your Eye
This lesson inspires students to establish boundaries in their lives to avoid sexual temptation.
Members Jesus and John the Baptist
This lesson teaches students to standout from the world in such a way as to draw others to Jesus.
Members Jesus as a Child
Through this lesson, students learn that the purpose of life is to be called of God to be saved and live a holy life.
Members Joseph: Man of Humility
This study on the life of Joseph illustrates how God will lift up the humble and oppress the proud.
Members Jude
This lesson on Jude inspires students to live in obedience to Christ, serving His purposes and not their own.
Members Looking on the Inside
A person's spiritual condition is more than outward apperances or actions, but rather his or her deep, internal devotion to Jesus.
Members Meet Moses
In this lesson, students learn to honor God with their lives by taking tips from the life of Moses.
Members No Room for Gray
Students learn that the way they live their lives should and will change as they respond to what God has done for and in them through Jesus.
Members Obedience
Rules can be hard to follow, but students learn that obedience to God will draw them closer to Him.
Members Our Identity in Christ
This lesson challenges students to represent Jesus in the world around them by living lives full of unity, generosity, and the power of God.
Members Pride Comes Before a Fall
The fourth lesson on Daniel encourages studetns to live a life of humility.
Members Provoking The Wrong God
The fifth lesson on Daniel cautions students that God will not be mocked and that we will reap what we sow.
Members Real Verses Fake
Students are challenged to take a hard look into the type of Christian life they are living.
Members Relationships: A Biblical View
The truth about dating, marriage, and the opposite sex
Members Sin and Salvation
Students get a biblical definition of what it means to be human, how sin keeps us from being fully human, and God's plan to save and sanctify mankind.
Members The Battle
Life is not a dress rehearsal, God has given us this life for a purpose.
Members The Betrayal of Jesus
Being betrayed by friends is terrible. No one understands this better than Jesus.
Members The Dating Game
This lesson teaches students that dating and marriage are serious subjects. They should not stir up love before it's time.
Members The Judges
This lesson will inspire students to trust God to lead them throughout their lives—not just save them now.
Members The Kingdom: King David (Part 3)
Today’s lesson should motivate students to avoid disobedience and rebellion in their lives.
Members The Kingdom: The Kingdom Divided
Through this lesson, students will see that God is in control even when all seems lost.
Members The Promised Land
This lesson teaches students how obeying the Lord will affect every aspect of their lives.
Members The Supremacy of Endurance
This lesson teaches the importance of developing an enduring faith, a faith which will enable us to endure to the end.
Members The Transition
The Transition—students learn how the governing people of Israel transformed from judges to kings. This lesson clarifies that the Israelites’ ability to serve is directly related to their ability to listen.
Free The Truth About Being Nice
Behavior is a reflection of the heart. Do your actions reflect that you are a Christian?
Free The Truth About Self-Control
Don’t believe our culture's lies that bigger, faster, fancier, and more expensive are better. Contentment is the right state of mind to have.
Members Words for the Churches
This lesson teaches about the seven churches mentioned in Revelation and provides students with useful insights on how to remain faithful, even during difficult times.

Object Talks

Members Not Amused
Don't allow Satan to use amusement as a vehicle to deceive you, dumb you down, lull you to sleep, or make you apathetic to the cause of Christ.
Members Stale and Lukewarm
"If religion is worth anything, it is worth everything." Matthew Henry

Tips For Leaders

Free Behavior Issues: Discipline
When teaching teens, dealing with disciplinary issues just comes with the territory.
Free Teaching: Co-Learning
Sometimes, those of us who teach can take ourselves too seriously. We get stressed out about our roles, confused about our audience, and worried that we're going to mess something up.
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