Today’s teenager lives in a hyper-sexualized culture. And while sexual immorality is an almost timeless struggle, the world your students live in seems to take the glamorization of sex to unprecedented levels. Culture calls teenagers to live a life w... [see more]
Today’s teenager lives in a hyper-sexualized culture. And while sexual immorality is an almost timeless struggle, the world your students live in seems to take the glamorization of sex to unprecedented levels. Culture calls teenagers to live a life where sexual activity and sexual expression is a vital part of their identity. But the Bible challenges your students to embrace God’s view of sex and sexuality, to rise above the message of culture and to instead live holy lives . . .
In short, the Bible calls your students to Live Different.
Live Different, one of the 4-lesson studies in the Edge line of curriculum, teaches your students God’s intent for sex and how God views sex outside of this intent. Most importantly, Live Different will help you challenge your students with God’s call to live a life of holiness in a world of sexual immorality.
Live Different is perfect for your purity/Valentines emphasis in the month of February!
Live Different is ideal for:
• Your weekly large group youth gathering
• Small group Bible studies
• Sunday mornings
• Weekend retreats, and much more
• 4 Lesson Plans complete with Bible Background guides
• Media! 2 Videos, plus other interactive elements
• Parent Resources! PDF’s designed to involve families in learning
• Guys & girls small group discussion option
• 8 “digi-posters” for your website or Facebook page
• PowerPoint slides & in-class student handouts
• Cool Promo-Art for your room and website
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