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One of the most amazing things about the Christian faith is that God became human.

We want to make sure our students grasp that vital theological concept and understand the radical implications it has on the life of the people it affected when it was happening as well as their own lives today!

This small group series, Son of God, Son of Man, helps students understand just how radical the event was and really grasp what was going on.

Each lesson includes (1) an activity to help open up the talk, (2) questions that help students get a hold of what is being discussed, and (3) a main point to make sure students understand the idea being presented.

Use these to help your students really "see" the Christmas story in a new light. The focus is that students see that the point of Jesus coming was so that they could be adopted into the family of God!

Lesson 01: The Crazy Promise Luke 1:5-25

Lesson 02: A Teenage Mother Luke 1:26-38

Lesson 03: Sing It Out Luke 1:39-56

Lesson 04: The Party Before the Party Luke 1:57-80

Lesson 05: Son of God Son of Man Luke 2:1-7

Lesson 06: Christmas Carols Luke 2:8-20

Resource Includes: • Series introduction • Six individual small group lessons (editable Word files). These are detailed outlines (not a word-for-word teaching script)

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A six-week small group study on the Christmas story

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Ronald Long

I'm the middle school pastor at Wayside Chapel in San Antonio, TX and have been doing student ministry for over a decade. My wife and I have been married for 12 years and we have three wonderful daughters!

I love small group ministry, playing ridiculous games, Dr Pepper and Taco Bell. I also love watching students grow in their walk with Jesus!

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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!