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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 LeaderTreks

In this study students will look at Nehemiah and how he went to the Lord first about all the big things he wanted to accomplish.

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

In this lesson, your students will see how accountability in leadership provides a grace-filled place where they can admit their failures and ask others to point out their leadership “blind spots.”

By LeaderTreks

Challenge students to be creative as they engage the world around them and overcome the many obstacles leaders face.

By LeaderTreks

Help your students become leaders who pray when things were great, tough, beginning, and ending.

By LeaderTreks

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

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

Student leaders will always be huge role models and influencers, whether they feel like it or not. When they understand that being a good role model is a critical part of their ministry—and that it doesn’t just happen—they can lead with the balance and integrity we hope for them to have.

By Sabrina Hadro

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

By LeaderTreks

Following Jesus’ model of leadership by knowing and caring for those we lead

By LeaderTreks

This lesson is designed to show students how they can be leaders in difficult situations and to give them practical tips for practicing team care in real life.

By Chad Merrihew & Jessica McDonald

Five group challenges to create memories, bonds, and teaching opportunities for your students.

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

With this training, teach your students that risk taking is something that does not come naturally to most people, yet it’s a core part of following Christ and leading others.

By DYM Team

Does racism really exist in our culture? How do I have a conversation with someone when I don’t understand their point of view?

By Derek Parson

Twelve interactive prayer stations on leadership based on the Sermon on the Mount.

By LeaderTreks

Interactive lesson designed to help student leaders respond rightly to conflict.