- Publisher "Test everything. Hold on to the good. 1 Thessalonians 5:21
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About "Confident Christian"
Our world is full of competing belief systems and your students are challenged daily to defend their faith in Jesus Christ. The Confident Christian features six lessons that will help you lead your students through an exploration of popular spiritual ideas in our culture and compare them to the basic beliefs of Christianity. Topics include: Do good people go to heaven?...Do all religions believe in the same God?...Is Jesus really the only way to God?...and more. Students will learn how our Gods way of grace differs so dramatically from the way of works found in virtually every other religion or cult. Each lesson includes: + Leader InsightLots of background information about the false belief being studied, so leaders will be equipped to answer students questions. + Warm-UpActivities & discussion questions help students begin to process the issues in a fun and interesting way. +Investigating the EvidenceEngage with popular heresy and investigate how those beliefs compare to Christianity. + Bible FocusTeens will examine key Scripture passages that point them toward the truth. + Life ApplicationTo end each study, students will consider how they can apply this new knowledge to their lives, and to their relationships with others. + Includes space for journaling, leader tips, Basic Beliefs Charts (comparing other religions to Christianity), and a list of helpful resources to investigate. Get a copy for every leader and participant!
"Test everything. Hold on to the good. 1 Thessalonians 5:21
Meet the Author
GREG STIER is the founder and executive director of Dare 2 Share Ministries International. Since 1991, Dare 2 Share has trained over 30,000 Christian teenagers across the United States and Canada how to share their faith clearly and confidently. He has been a guest speaker for Youth for Christ’ s DC/LA Superconferences in 1997 and 2000, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Greg has authored several evangelism training curricula. He and his wife, Debbie, live in the Denver area and have one son. ý