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With Uncommon: The Old Testament, you can share with the teens in your group their own origin story and help them make sense of their world and themselves. These 12-sessions of youth friendly Bible Study will introduce your students to the God who keeps his promises, works miracles and forgives his people when they make terrible choices, and help them understand the physical and spiritual history of our human family. And when they meet Adam and Eve, Samuel and Job, Esther, Daniel and many more biblical characters, your students will get to know the real heroes of the faith. Plus, you can download reproducible student handouts for every session-find out how inside!
Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Gospel Light
Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
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Downloads for reproducible student handouts for every session are available.
How to Use the UNCOMMON Group Bible Studies▼▲
Each Uncommon group Bible study contains 12 sessions, which are divided into 3 stand-alone units of 4 sessions each. This is your leader's guidebook for teaching your group. Electronic files (in PDF format) of each session's student handbooks are available for download on the publisher's website (www.gospellight.com). The handouts include the "message," "dig," "apply," "reflect" and "meditations" sections of each study and have been formatted for easy printing. You may print as many copies as you need for your group.
Each session opens with a devotional meditation written for you, the youth leader. As hectic and trying as youth work is much of the time, it's important never to neglect your interior life. Use the devotions to refocus your heart and prepare yourself to share with kids the message that has already taken root in you.