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In Canvas: A Portrait of Jesus, students will delve into the seeming contradiction of the humanity and divinity of Jesus. As they study Jesus as man and Jesus as God, they will have a fresh outlook on how God makes all things new through Jesus.
The four-session study consists of an Immerse Lesson the first week, followed by three more traditional lessons. The Immerse lesson provides an introduction to Jesus; Lesson 2 focuses on Jesus, the Christ; Lesson 3 focuses on Jesus as fully human and fully divine, and Lesson 4 focuses on Jesus and the atonement.
The Leader will lead the first lesson which is very interactive. The three traditional lessons can either be led by the Leader or by the students. The Leader Guide includes everything you'll need to lead the four-week session including a section for how to work with student leaders and a Leader devotional.
Each lesson is built around Kolb's Learning Cycle and moves students through five sections:
Number of Pages: 72
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2018
By working together to learn from history, tradition, and the Bible, students will uncover a portrait of God that will be an inspirational foundation to their own journey.
This undated resource is designed to empower students to lead the lessons themselves, thus drawing students to not only learn about their faith, but put it into practice by serving and teaching others.
Flexible to use as a continuation of confirmation, a small group resource, or student leadership resource. Canvas will inspire your students to paint the picture of their faith.
Since the earliest days of Christianity, people of faith have been trying to comprehend the nature of Jesus. Many of the earliest debates and conflicts in Church history centered around Jesus being both fully human and fully divine. In Canvas: A Portrait of Jesus, your students will dive into the heart of these foundational conversations to see what the early Church had to say about who Jesus was. Throughout this four-week study, students will explore the power of the resurrection, Jesus role in creation, and why it is so important that Jesus became human and lived among us.