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In Follow, you’ll find 20 eye-opening studies that will draw you into the Bible and reveal to you the real Jesus. You’ll discover how a guy who lived 2,000 years ago can impact your life today and for all eternity. Designed to address many of the questions that high school students have about Jesus, Follow will help you understand what it means to truly follow Jesus—and why it’s worth it.

In Soar, you’ll find 20 hands-on studies that provide vital insights into how God made you and how he plans to lead you, step-by-step, through life. You’ll be better able to prioritize the important things in your life, you’ll know what it means to be a willing follower of God and choose to go his way because you want to, and you’ll discover how to live without fear of the future because you’re never alone on the journey. Even when you have no idea where your life is headed, you can take comfort in the fact that God does.’

In Think, you’ll find 20 straightforward studies that explore what the Bible says about controversial and difficult topics. You’ll discover why the Bible is worth believing, you’ll find out how you can be sure Jesus was more than a nice guy and good teacher, and you’ll see that the Bible really does have relevant things to say about life today. God wants to give you solid reasons to believe, along with the know-how to explain your faith without sounding intolerant or arrogant. So dig in and be sure about what you believe.

In Thrive, you’ll find 20 life-impacting studies that will draw you into the Bible and help you understand who you are and who God wants to help you become. You’ll discover what the Bible says about how God made you, what kind of life he has planned for you, and how you can survive the tough times of your life. Even if you struggle to keep your faith alive at times, God wants to help you thrive. The reality is, God loves us just the way we are—but he also loves us too much to leave us that way.’

 

  • Subject: CHURCH and MINISTRY/MINISTRY RESOURCES/YOUTH MINISTRY, YOUTH & CHILDREN/YOUTH INTERESTS/CHRISTIAN LIVING
  • Form Description: Softcover
  • Publisher: Zondervan

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