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GOD SO LOVED THE WOLD. GOD SO LOVED MY SCHOOL.

GOD SO LOVED the world. This is the most inclusive statement of God’s love in all Scripture. It includes every tribe, language, people, and nation. GOD SO LOVED the world means GOD SO LOVED everyone.

GOD SO LOVED is a student’s guide to sharing Jesus in the largest and most accessible mission field in the United States – the public school. These schools are filled with diverse groups of people, all of whom need to hear about Christ: artist and athletes, academics and craftsmen, the hurting and the average, everyday teenager. GOD SO LOVED is designed to help Christian students share Jesus through serving and conversations with more than 30 distinct groups at school and beyond. This book is filled with real life stories, practical ideas, and powerful questions that lead to great conversations. GOD SO LOVED doesn’t begin on a foreign mission filed,

GOD SO LOVED BEGINS IN YOUR SCHOOL.

GOD SO LOVED football players and band members, Vo-Tech students and student leaders, nerds and cheerleaders, quiet students and vocalist, soccer players and honor students, loners and theatre students, atheist and believers, cutters and teachers, new students and angry students, your lunch table and your parents. GOD SO LOVED every single person you encounter every single day.

“NO ONE IS EXEMPT FROM THE LOVE OF GOD.”

 

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