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So many Christ-followers struggle to live a life that boldly proclaims the Gospel. This 3-week series will encourage students to live in a way that glorifies God and proclaims His name continuously.

All Christ-followers are commanded to live like Christ and pursue away from the world while pursuing after God. We are called to be transformed by the Gospel to become more like Jesus in how we live our daily lives. Our life must proclaim the Gospel that we hold onto. It’s not enough for Jesus to just be our Savior, He must also be our Lord.

Week 1: “Pursue”
Week 2: “Transform”
Week 3: “Proclaim”

• Annotated message outline for each week (Word files). Most DYM sermons are word-for-word. These are detailed outlines—they’re very good, but this is priced in a way to reflect outlines and not word for word. • Each outline includes small group discussion questions


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A 3-week series (message outlines) on how Christ-followers should live a life that is unashamed of the Gospel of Jesus.

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Scott Huff is the Student Pastor at Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, KY. A Student Pastor for ten years and a national speaker for fifteen, Scott has a calling on his life to impact the lives of teenagers with the Gospel and to lead them to strengthen their faith for glorifying God in an ever-changing world. He is an expert in unhealthy cereal and a fan of St. Louis Cardinals baseball & Kentucky Wildcats basketball.

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Great Series
Jared Jackson2/2/2017
We went through this series in January of 2017. Our students absolutely loved it and we saw a great response. This series has helped our students understand the importance of being UNASHAMED of the Gospel. Many are now sharing their faith and inviting.
Just finished this series and the response was intense!

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