After seeing the life-changing power of Jesus in the Easter story, I want students to know that the resurrection has no limits because God wants us to have big influence for Him. We will look at the story of Moses to see how God wants to cast off restraint and use us for great things in His Kingdom!
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Do you panic every time your teen asks you a difficult question you’re not sure you have a cut-and-dry answer to? Do you feel like you must have an answer to every matter of faith or else your faith is somehow less credible? The tensions in our faith is what makes it just that…faith. In this article, learn what it means to let your students wrestle with doubt for the growth of their faith and rest in the peace that you don’t have to be Johnny-On-The-Spot with answers about life’s greatest quandaries.
If you spend enough time in youth culture, you’ll discover that students are hungry for the Gospel message the church stewards, but they do not view the church as a viable source for answers to their questions. Even worse, perhaps the #1 reason for their distrust of the church, is their suspicion that doubt is not welcomed there. Our latest series aims to make room for questions and doubt, while providing answers to affirm, grow, and equip faith.