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At some point in students’ journeys of faith, each one comes to Jesus asking this same question, “Teacher, what good thing must I do to get eternal life?” (Matthew 19:16). Whether you are talking to students that remember a time where they asked this question or they are still wondering the answer to the question now, they all are the rich young ruler in this passage. They are the ones wondering what it takes to get eternal life and enter into God’s Kingdom.

The more we become less, the more Jesus becomes greater. As we follow Jesus, our treasure is transferred from Earth to heaven, and it is in this truth that we receive the promise of eternal life.

Use this message to guide students in the process of discipleship, either by leading students in a first-time commitment to follow Jesus or by encouraging students to continue to consider the cost of discipleship.

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- Complete Manuscript (2,600+ words) (Word)
- Title slide, blank slide, Facebook, and Instagram graphics (jpeg files)

How Do I Get Eternal Life?

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Richard Fleck

As a 16 year youth ministry pastor and leader, Richard Fleck's ministry experiences have included leadership at four youth ministries, several foreign mission trips, and work with media and communications. Richard has a Master of Divinity degree from Candler School of Theology, in which he concentrated on Formation and Witness. Richard attended Mercer University where he graduated with a degree in Christianity and a minor in Information Technology. He also served a three-year tenure as principal at a K-12 Christian school.

He is married to Tiffini and has six-year-old triplet girls affectionately called the Fleckletts. Richard and Tiffini are in the process of adopting and expanding their family.

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