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Philippians: 4-Week Series

Philippians: 4-Week Series

$ 35.00

The Book of Philippians helps students to keep a “kingdom perspective” while facing the ups and downs of everyday life.

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The letter to the Philippians was one of the last epistles that Paul wrote.

Tradition tells us that he wrote it while in prison for his faith.

In these circumstances, Paul encourages the Philippians, and us, to persevere in their faith and to remember that their (our) true citizenship is not on this earth but in heaven.

What’s Included?

  • Series artwork for promotional purposes (cover slide and blank text slide)
  • Lessons come in both Word & PDF format. Edit as needed and easily share with volunteers.
  • Fun opening games
  • Creative, relevant teachings
  • Interactive small group activities
  • Engaging small group discussion questions

Philippians Overview

Week 1 - Paul’s Prayer for the Believers

Bible: Philippians 1

Bottom Line: Students will understand the circumstances and context of Paul’s letter to the Philippians. Students will understand what it means to live as a “citizen of heaven” in the world in which they live.

 

Week 2 - Having the Attitude of Christ

Bible: Philippians 2

Bottom Line: Students will understand the sacrifices Christ humbly made in both His life and His death here on earth. Students will be encouraged to make similar selfless sacrifices for the sake of others and in the name of Christ.

 

Week 3 - Pressing on Toward the Goal

Bible: Philippians 3

Bottom Line: Students will understand that the goal of the Christian life is knowledge of and relationship with Christ. Students will understand the importance of perseverance in the Christian life and that Christ is the source of our ability to press on toward the goal.

 

Week 4 - Paul’s Final Encouragement

Bible: Philippians 4

Bottom Line: Students will receive practical encouragement to continue living as citizens of heaven.

 


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