Sunday School YOUNG TEEN STUDENT, Summer 2022
In this quarter Young Teens will first confirm their own salvation then understand that all the people on earth deserve to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ.
This quarter's topics include:
Man’s Sin and God’s Remedy
God’s Simple Plan of Salvation
The Church’s Role in Missions
This colorful four-page Sunday School leaflet contains printed Scripture text, a short exposition of the lesson, illustrations and brief stories to help apply the lesson to the student’s life. For students in grades 7 - 9.
Each colorful leaflet includes a Bible truth, printed scripture and a lesson explaining the scripture and Bible truth on the second page of the leaflet.
On the third page of the leaflet, there is an illustrative story that emphasizes the biblical principal.
The fourth page of the leaflet includes two exercises. The first is a checklist used to review the lesson and the second exercise is a daily activity dealing with a Bible scripture. Available in Spanish.
Samples are available.
Summer 2022 Quarter at a Glance
THE WORLD WAITS
Quarterly Objective: Young teens will first confirm their own salvation then understand that all the people on the earth deserve to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Unit 1 - Man’s Sin and God’s Remedy
The Beginning of Sin as We Know It (Genesis 3:1-10)
God Did That for Me? (2 Corinthians 5:18-21)
It’s Not Always the Other Guy (Luke12:35-48; Romans 14:12)
Look What You Get! (John 5:24; 10:27-30; Romans 8:1; Ecclesiastes 3:14; 1 John 3:9)
Unit 2 - God’s Simple Plan of Salvation
Reach Out and Help Someone! (Romans 3:9-12)
God’s Simple Plan of Salvation (John 3:1-21; Luke 23:39-43; Romans 4:3-5; Acts 16:30, 31)
He Works Alone (Isaiah 64:6; Titus 3:5; Ephesians 2:1-3, 8-10)
We Have a Job To Do! (Matthew 16:18, 19; Mark 16:15)
Unit 3 - The Church’s Role in Missions
One-on-one! (Acts 20:20, 21; 2:46, 47)
At Home and Abroad! (Acts 1:8; Matthew 24:12-14)
Brother, Give Me a Hand! (2 Corinthians 8:18-24)
Who, Me? A Missionary? (Acts 13:2; Matthew 9:38)
Missionary Helpers (Romans 16:3; 1 Corinthians 16:15, 16)