Then Jesus said to his disciples, “If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow me.” Matthew 16:24
31 Verses Every Teenager Should Know: Following encourages students to examine the nature of their relationship with God. Jesus called disciples to radical faith, sacrificial living, and complete devotion to God’s will. Scripture is clear that life as a Christ-follower is not always easy, but it is definitely worth it.
31: Following provides daily guidance on what it means to be a disciple in the 21st century, helping teenagers follow Christ in their day-to-day lives.
Reverb focuses on the mission of God in the world. God has a mission for all mankind and for each person. This study educates students about God’s overarching plan as well as His individual plan for each person to impact the world around him.
31 Verses Every Teenager Should Know: The Way takes students on an amazing, and creative journey along “the Way.”
“31:The Way” explores how the idea of “the Way” is fleshed out in Scripture: the notion of Jesus as the way; what it means to be a follower of the Way; and the idea of living life on the narrow way.
Paul’s letter to the Romans systematically explains the process of salvation and the responsibilities that salvation brings. The questions he answered are as timely today as they were to his original readers. And his answers show we have No Excuses for how we are to respond to God’s salvation in our lives.
Life’s not easy. Period. Sure, there are a lot of great and wonderful and happy times in life, but there are also a lot of not-so-cheery times. Sometimes, our day to day can seem downright terrible. And here’s the tough part: It gets worse. No matter if we’re struggling because of bad choices, indecision, unfulfilled hopes and dreams… or maybe a broken heart… Life has a way of beating you when you’re down. Grief, fear, guilt… It’s relentless! So what do you do? Where do you turn? How in the world are you gong to get this train back on the tracks!