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Believing

To accept as truth; to trust or have faith; belief in God; a step to salvation


"Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed ae those who have not seen
and yet have believed." (John 20:29)

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Activities

Members Only The Line
You must stand for something or you will fall for anything. To stand strong you must know what you believe.
Members Only Truth or Hoax?
Jesus is no hoax. However, this activity uses a little trickery to show how some people can so easily believe in foolish and deceptive nonsense.

Object Talks

Members Only Reality Check
How do you know if something is real? An object talk to help students contemplate the reality of God.
Members Only Trust My Life With It
Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me

Tips for Leaders

Free Accountability: The Praying Youth Worker
It’s been said that when we work, we work; however, when we pray, God works.
Free Witnessing: Sharing the Gospel
“God wants all men to come to repentance.” 2 Peter 3:9. We, as leaders of students, share that passion, and everything we do is focused on introducing Jesus to our students.

Lessons

Members Only Basic Christian Theology
The goal of this series is to introduce students to the basic theological truths of the orthodox Christian faith. While each topic could fill the semester (and beyond) by itself, the goal here is to devote one week to each of the seven theological truths.
Members Only Believing in Jesus
This lesson helps students understand what it means to believe in Christ and have faith in His Lordship.
Members Only Can Jesus Make You See?
In this lesson, students are taught to take up the cause of Christ and help others see spiritually although some will want to remain spiritually blind.
Members Only David: Man of Passion
This lesson will inspire students to live a zealous and passionate life for Christ.
Members Only Dealing with Doubt
From this lesson focusing on the disciple Thomas, we learn how doubt can lead us in one of two directions.
Members Only Faith
Students are challenged to understand the reality of their faith. At times, this task is heroic; while at others, it can be a struggle.
Members Only Faithfulness
We are challenged to be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. This means living a life of faithfulness now and until the very end.
Members Only Father Abraham
Because of Abraham's faith, God kept His promise. Because of our faith and God's grace, we are all part of this promise and descendants of Abraham.
Members Only Getting Them to Jesus
This lesson will equip and motivate students to reach out to the lost people around them.
Members Only Indisputable Proof
In this lesson, students are given indisputable proof that Jesus is who He says He was.
Members Only Jesus and Three Other People
In this lesson, students learn that we all need Jesus, and Jesus invites us all. It also inspires students to care for people the way Jesus does.
Members Only Jesus Causes Arguments
In this lesson, students learn that once they are convinced of Jesus’ deity, they will not hesitate to share this fact with others, even when it is socially unacceptable to stand up for that truth.
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Members Only Obedience
Rules can be hard to follow, but students learn that obedience to God will draw them closer to Him.
Members Only Our Connection To Christ
This lesson on the book of Colossians places emphasis on understanding our connection to Christ for salvation.
Members Only Prayer: Expecting Results
Students are challenged to pray expectantly, believing that God wants to move on their behalf.
Members Only Rahab: Woman of Righteousness
True belief in God will affect the way in which we live our lives.
Members Only The End
This lesson gives students a Biblical perspective of the End Times.
Members Only The Four Gospels
The word gospel means “good news.” The four gospels all fulfill one major purpose--to share the good news about Jesus Christ. There are four different gospel letters, written by four of Jesus’ followers, each giving a unique account about what happened in the life of Jesus.
Members Only The Good News
Students are inspired to live out their story in concert with the story of Christ.
Members Only The Holy Spirit
The acts in the book of Acts are the acts of the Holy Spirit. Students learn that the Holy Spirit still empowers Christians to serve the Lord today.
Members Only The Marks of a Believer
When we respond to the Gospel, we should live a life of obedience to Jesus that is born from our love for Him.
Members Only The Story Ends With You
Students learn that there is a difference between having knowledge of something and having a belief that will affect every aspect of their lives.
Members Only The Supremacy of Faith
Students learn that faith is the centerpiece of a life well-lived.
Members Only There is More Than One Way to Heaven
Is there another way to God besides belief in Christ? In this lesson we learn that Jesus is the only way, the only Truth, and the only life.
Members Only Up For Grabs
This week's lesson will help students deal with those nagging questions regarding Christianity.
Members Only Why I Believe God is Real
This lesson uses evidence from ten arguments of Truth to prove the existence and reality of God.
Members Only Why I Believe in Christianity
This lesson explains how Christianity is different from other religions and how Christianity can claim to be the only way to God.
Members Only Worth Dying For
This lesson helps students understand the presence of persecution and false teaching in both the early church and today.
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