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Listening

Paying attention to what is being said, hearing and obeying God's voice


"My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me." (John 10:27 NIV)

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Activities

Members Only Noise
An activity to show the affects noise can have on our relationships with other people and with God.

Games

Free The Spirit Who Guides Us
Can one team produce an exact copy of another team's creation without seeing it? Remember, the power of the Holy Spirit guides us in truth, if we only listen.
Members Only Whose Voice Will You Follow?
In this unforgettable game, following the wrong voice can lead to a place you don't want to be. It is important to listen for and follow the voice of the one who leads to salvation.

Object Talks

Free Distractions
There are many distractions that can keep us from giving Jesus the right focus in our life.
Members Only Too Many Vines
Jesus requires that we submit every aspect of our lives to His control.

Tips for Leaders

Free Communication: Active Listening
Active listening will dramatically improve the way in which you communicate.
Free Teaching: Before and After
Sometimes the best teaching occurs outside the lesson.
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.
Free Teaching: Know Your Audience
Before you ever get up and teach a lesson it’s important that you know your audience.
Free Teaching: Knowing Youth Culture
The work of a youth leader is often very similar to that of a cross-cultural missionary.

Lessons

Members Only A Riot in Ephesus
This lesson provides instruction on how to effectively share the Gospel.
Members Only After the Kingdom - Ezra
This Sunday school lesson will encourage humble repentance among students.
Members Only After the Kingdom - Off to Exile
In this lesson, students learn that God can use anyone to accomplish His purposes, even our enemies.
Members Only Moses: Man of Willingness
This study on the life of Moses illustrates how God will use simple, everyday people to accomplish His purposes. All He needs are willing vessels.
Members Only Running With God
In lesson three, we learn that we should not be satisfied with running to God, but rather strive to run with God.
Members Only Solitude
In this world, we are distracted by many things. Finding a place to be alone can help block out these distractions so we can connect with God at a deeper level. This lesson explores why, how, and when to practice the extreme habit of solitude.
Members Only The Burning Bush
In this lesson, students learn that God not only equips those He calls, but that He goes before them.
Members Only The Kingdom: King Saul
Through a study of Saul,students are inspired to work hard building a strong and moral character rather than focusing on their physical appearance.
Members Only The Transition
The Transitionstudents 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.
Members Only 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.
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