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Colossians: NEW & IMPROVED Junior High Series

Colossians: NEW & IMPROVED Junior High Series

$ 55.00

This NEW & IMPROVED 6-week series takes jr high students through the book of Colossians, helping them understand what a life lived with Jesus is really like. We call it the "Kingdom Life". 

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Jesus is the King. Those who follow him are members of his Kingdom.

Most of us know that to be true, but how are we supposed to live in this kingdom?

Paul helps us with that as we get specific, practical teaching through his letter to the Colossians.

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
  • Engaging small group discussion questions

Colossians Overview

Week 1: Jesus  
Bible: Colossians 1:15-20 
Bottom Line: Jesus is the Lord of all, holds everything together, is in charge of the church, and should be in charge of our lives. 

Week 2: Community 
Bible: Colossians 1:24 - 2:7  
Bottom Line: Being rooted in the Bible and tightly connected to the local church is important. 

Week 3: Warning 
Bible: Colossians 2:16-23 
Bottom Line: The great adventure of following Jesus has its dangers. These dangers see Jesus as something to add to their lives instead of the king who must be in charge of everything for those who claim to be His followers. It is not Jesus and . . . it is Jesus only! 

Week 4: Kingdom Identity (Part I) 
Bible: Colossians 3:1-17; 4:5-6 
Bottom Line: Paul uses the metaphor of a wardrobe to describe this change from garbage to garments, from the old life to the new. Junior high students are often in the middle of trying to figure out their identities. We'll take two weeks to show them what their core identity should look like as followers of Jesus, serving and working in the Kingdom.  

Week 5: Kingdom Identity (Part II) 
Bible: Colossians 3:1-17; 4:5-6 
Bottom Line: There is so much challenging, practical content in these passages that we will spend two weeks on it. Paul uses the metaphor of a wardrobe to describe this change from garbage to garments, from the old life to the new. We'll take two weeks to show students what their core identity should look like as followers of Jesus, serving and working in the kingdom. 

Week 6: Conversation 
Bible: Colossians 1:3-14; 4:2-4 
Bottom Line: Paul opens and closes this letter with descriptions and instructions regarding prayer - conversations with God. We'll take time to show students how Paul prayed for the followers of Jesus in Colossae. We'll challenge leaders and parents to pray this way for these students. And then we'll also challenge the students to follow the instructions Paul gave in praying for others, like their parents, other believers, and ministry leaders.


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