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Lessons-Series / Student Leaders / Developing
77 items in Developing

By Jeff Selph

This three-week series is an encouragement for those suffering with mental illness and a challenge for Christians who do not. For too long, the church has driven Christians with mental illness into hiding, making them feel like they were sinning. This series can help you break that stigma.

By DYM Team

As leaders, we are called to slow down and follow Jesus’ example of seeing the individual, not just the crowd.

By LeaderTreks

In this lesson, students will study the example of the man born blind in John 9 to see how an encounter with Jesus and his power transformed a powerless man into a scrappy leader and defender of Jesus.

By LeaderTreks

In this lesson, students will look at John 15:1–17 and discuss what happens when a disciple is rooted in good soil and stays connected to the true vine.

By Allison Williams

We all have prickly parts of our life that hurt. This workshop will help guide your students in why and how we can care for one another.

By LeaderTreks

In this lesson, students will study the parable of the vineyard workers and discuss what it would look like to be the kind of missional worker that we don’t see in the parable.

By Richard Fleck

A comprehensive four-session student leadership training event on what it means to be a leader.

By Sabrina Hadro

This is a graphic novel-style resource that helps students grasp the metanarrative of Scripture!

By Frank Gil

A one-off message encouraging students to live as the masterpieces God created them to be.

By LeaderTreks

Worship isn’t about our voices—it’s about our hearts. If you lead worship, you need to lead from the heart first and model a “whole life” worship of God that starts at your center and moves out through your actions.

By LeaderTreks

We spend a ton of time seeking either the approval of others or trying to convince people to love us based on our actions. The reality, however, is that our worth and value should be found in Jesus and the love he so willingly gives us.

By LeaderTreks

You can’t participate in or help lead worship if you don’t know what worship is actually all about.

By LeaderTreks

God doesn’t need us to do Kingdom work for him, he wants to do it with us. This lesson will show how that simple change in perspective can change the way students relate to God.

By LeaderTreks

Following the Lord radically changes lives! People make 180° life turns or suddenly start doing things that look crazy in the eyes of the world. Kingdom leaders often look foolish or silly to non-believers because they live their life by a different, higher kind of wisdom and lead others to do the same.

By LeaderTreks

In this lesson, students will take an in-depth look at how the Pharisees got off course by adding additional rules that focused on minor details while neglecting a personal relationship with God and engage in an activity that requires them to practice focusing on what matters.

By LeaderTreks

In this lesson, students will study two short parables and discuss what it looks like to truly go all in.

By LeaderTreks

In this lesson, students will study two parables and take part in an activity that will help them evaluate what it truly takes to be ready.

By LeaderTreks

In this lesson students will learn about God’s wisdom and how to seek it. In a hands-on activity, they will then make a visual reminder of how valuable Godly wisdom actually is.