VERVE STUDENTS

While we aren't meeting at our building, we have made our student ministry materials available online! We will be posting videos and lesson materials here as well as engage personally with students on social media. Please make sure our Verve team knows your (or your student's) info so we can stay in touch. Contact Pastor Kristen (email: kristen@gracepointchurch.tv) or reach out to us on social media. 


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VERVE MIDDLE SCHOOL LESSON - 3/29/20

ROOTED


//READ THIS: Hebrews 13:8, Psalm 1:3 | God never changes


//WATCH THIS: LESSON VIDEO

 

 

//THINK ABOUT THIS: Middle schoolers are experiencing more changes in this phase of life than almost any other. Their friends, their families, their bodies, their responsibilities, their interests – these are all subject to change during middle school! That’s why this week’s reminder that God never changes is especially important for your child. Though it’s an abstract concept to grasp, it does give them a truth to remember and hold onto during a season filled with change. Especially in this season.

 

//ASK THIS: 

  • On a scale of 1-10, how comfortable are you with change?
  • How does knowing that God never changes make change easier to deal with?
  • Share about a time when you experienced God’s love or goodness in your life?
  • How might remembering that experience help you the next time you go through change?
  • This week, what’s one thing you can do to remind yourself that God never changes?



VERVE HIGH SCHOOL LESSON - 3/29/20

SUBJECT TO CHANGE | A series on change.

 

//READ THIS: 

Hebrews 13:8 | Even when life changes, God doesn’t.

 

//WATCH THIS: 

LESSON VIDEO


//THINK ABOUT THIS: 

Parents-at this phase, teenagers’ brains are developing in a way where they are primarily thinking with their amygdala (the part of the brain responsible for the fight-or-flight response). That means when change causes anxiety, they may have a tendency to catastrophize the change and assume the worst. That’s why your role is key. As an adult, you can help them think through logical and positive outcomes to the changes they may be facing. 

 

//ASK YOUR TEEN THIS: 

Good or bad, what’s one way your life has changed over the past year?


How does it make you feel to know that even when your circumstances change, God doesn’t change?


Describe a time of change when God came through for you or someone you know?


When facing change , how is it helpful to remember that God is the same today as He was back then?


With the change we are currently facing today. How can we remind others that despite the change, God doesn’t change?