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Too often, for students, the church appears to be saying, "Stop feeling that way." In Sharing In You we seek to explore our God given range of emotions. Through the life of David we see someone who has felt life's highest highs and lowest lows. Through these conversations students will also see that they are not alone in the hardship that is adolescence.

This curriculum was written as part of a decentralized weekend retreat. This means that when we did it there was no large group sessions with a main speaker. The whole group did come together to worship together. If your time and space allowed you could include (SHORT) leader testimonies that help to normalize the student's life experiences. The main idea for students to understand is that they are not alone.

Though this was written as a more intensive retreat it could easily be adapted into a four week curriculum. The list of needed supplies is small, cheap, and for the most part replaceable with a little creativity.

Note: Need 1 glow stick per student, plain saltine crackers, and something to throw.

Primary Bible Passages Used: 1 Samuel 17, Psalm 63, Psalm 22, Luke 19


• Introduction
• A list of conversation starters (Ice Breakers)
• An activity guide / needed items list
• 4 Discussion Guides / lessons

Sharing In You

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Sharing In You, a series of 4 discussions looking at the life of David. Helping students explore their God given emotions and experiences.
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Chris Roberts

I was born on a Friday and in church the next Sunday and I've been going ever since. I've been working in some form of ministry since I was in college. I worked my way through seminary as a professional dog-walker, as some days in ministry I wish for those days again, I'm sure you have too.

I've worked with students from age 3 to 23. In all aspects my goal is to make those around do ministry better by making ministry easier. I am currently an executive pastor, but my heart stays with equipping student pastors. I am so thankful for the opportunity to lead leaders and make the gospel approachable for students.

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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.

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