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Graham Stanton. They will also learn how to reach out for a Christian community for support when they encounter trials. Written with the busy youth worker in mind, Studies on the Go: Philippians, Colossians, and First and Second Thessalonians provides Scriptural depth and substance to be tackled in a manageable time frame. The questions are real, down-to-earth, and straight to the point to get students quickly into the text so they can hear God's word on a practical level.
Designed for classes, youth groups, and small groups, this curriculum is guaranteed to get students engaged in the Bible. Before giving this study to a volunteer or teaching it oneself, it would be beneficial to read over the lessons prior to teaching them.
Colossians: Defeating False Philosophies
Though many modifications for an LCMS setting would not be necessary, I did run across a few phrases and sentences that would need some revision before presenting them to the youth. One other note for LCMS church workers is that since the study heavily relies on interpretation of short passages, the lessons do not always include a balanced teaching of Law and Gospel. There are a couple of additional things you might want to know before purchasing this curriculum, both pertaining to the studys exegetical nature.
Also because of this exegetical nature, the historical background given at the beginning of each book is fairly dense. Since the character of the study is such that it is discussion-based, I would be inclined to use it as a High School youth night study and allow students to rotate leadership. As for adding anything to these studies, I would comment simply that they are self-sustaining; however, some additions could be added to make the studies even more effective.
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