The Me I Want to Be Teen Edition Curriculum Kit

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‘Every aspect of a teens life is growing and changing; their bodies, their minds, and their faith. But helping a teen really grow spiritually and understand how to live into the life that God desires for them can be a challenge. The Me I Want To Be, Teen Edition curriculum, based on best-selling author John Ortbergs book, will help teens discover what it can look like when theyre fully alive. Theyll see that God has a perfect vision for their lives, and that they can live their best life. In this five-session DVD curriculum youth leaders will lead their youth group, Sunday school class, or small group through lessons that help teens learn to be thriving and flourishing Christ-followers as they explore: * Your Mind 2.0 * Your Time 2.0 * Your Experiences 2.0 * Your Relationships 2.0 * The World 2.0 Engaging them in discussions, self-assessments, and personal reflections, The Me I Want To Be, Teen Edition curriculum will help teens become Gods best version of themselves. The kit includes a five-session DVD, leaders guide, and participants guide. ‘

  • Form Description: Paperback with DVD
  • Contributor: John Ortberg & Scott Rubin
  • Contributor Bio: John Ortberg is senior pastor at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in Menlo Park, California. He is the bestselling author of Who is this Man, The Life You've Always Wanted and If You Want to Walk on Water, You've Got to Get Out of the Boat. John and his wife, Nancy, have three grown children. Scott Rubin has been on staff at Willow Creek Community Church for 18 years, and he's currently the director of Elevate, the junior high ministry at Willow Creek. Scott, along with an entirely-fantastic team of staff and volunteer leaders, has the privilege of helping young adolescents follow Jesus. He also co-authored two books in the Middle School Survival Series with Mark Oestreicher.
  • Publisher: Zondervan

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