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The Heroes of the Faith Series takes a fresh and realistic look at our favorite Biblical characters. It reveals their flaws as much as their God-honoring character and encourages students to be authentic about their strengths, their weaknesses, and what they have to offer God. The four lesson series centers around these heroes:


David (1 & 2 Samuel) Moses (Exodus 2-4) Abraham (Genesis & Hebrews 11) The Kid with Loaves and Fish (Luke 9)

This is the type of DYM resource that youth workers have come to love from us—it’s ready to go with a lot of extra perks--like links to video clips and graphics. Each lesson has at least 10 pages of content that you can use, edit, discard, etc—the point is there’s plenty of really good content here to set you up to win.


Designed with a typical small group or Sunday School setting in mind, the lessons include:

    (1) Leader Prep, (2) Warm Up (teaser introduction with YouTube video suggestion), (3) Dig In (group discussion guide), and (4) Use It or Lose (practical application).

Each study is full of scripture and thought provoking discussion questions! If you’re wondering if this will work for you, download the first one (David), check it out to be sure it works for you. The crew at DYM gives it our thumbs’ up.

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Heroes of Faith

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A four-week teaching series, that takes a realistic peek into the lives of our favorite Bible heroes.

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Bob Rinella

Bob is in the middle of his 11th year as Minister to Young Teens at GFMC. Bob is a native of Colorado but Illinois has been his home for more than 2 decades. Bob and his wife, Kelly, have three grown sons -- Reid, Ethan, & Garrett... and Vince the Lab.

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Free Ebook by Doug Fields

There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

Thank YOU!