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  • Thune, Robert Gospel Centered Life for Teens (Participant Guide)
  • Thune, Robert Gospel Centered Life for Teens (Participant Guide)
  • Thune, Robert Gospel Centered Life for Teens (Participant Guide)

Gospel Centered Life for Teens (Participant Guide)

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Recommended in the Perimeter Church Student Ministry Podcast, epidsode 1

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Something or someone will always try to define you. Maybe others call you the “techie,” the “jock,” the “class clown,” or the “smart kid.” It’s easy to think that those labels sum up who you really are, express what really matters in your life, and define the things you should pursue.

But your identity goes far deeper than the positive or even the negative labels people use to define you. There is something at the core of a satisfying and meaningful life that can’t be summed up by any label. The Gospel-Centered Life for Teens offers you the chance to center your life on the only thing in the universe that actually has the power to define you, give your life meaning, and shape how you live each day.

This 9-lesson Bible study, adapted from The Gospel-Centered Life by Bob Thune and Will Walker, gives teens and young adults a road map for living a life centered on God and the gospel. Each lesson is self-contained, featuring clear teaching from Scripture, and requires no extra work outside the group setting. The self-explanatory Leader’s Guide helps small group leaders with discussion questions and background material that clearly explain and apply the gospel truths from each lesson.

Nine-lesson small group study defining and applying the gospel in a teen-friendly way
Adapted from Thune and Walker’s best-selling The Gospel-Centered Life
Appropriate for believers and non-believers alike, with self-contained lessons and clear teaching from Scripture
Easy-to-use, requiring no homework
Brings teens together, making community the context for gospel change
Self-explanatory Leader’s Guide available with discussion questions and background material for each lesson