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This is a one-off message about how our society and culture has encouraged us to turn off our reverence and has replaced it with an "all about me" mentality. Joshua had a very similar conversation with Israel, and the stand he took changed everything. Students will be challenged to examine themselves and take a stand for God, because they, like Joshua, can take a stand for God and have a huge impact on their world. Scripture text: Joshua 24:1-27.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete 2500 word-for-word message manuscript (Word file)
• Student notes handout sheet (Word file)
• Title and slide graphics (jpeg files)

Where has all the Reverence Gone?

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A one-off message challenging students to go against the prevailing culture and to add reverence back into their lives.

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Brian Seidel

Brian is an ordained minister for the Church of God (Anderson, IN). He is the Lead Pastor at Oregon Trail Church of God in Caldwell, ID since July 2015. Before that Brian served in youth ministry for over 15 years. He graduated from Northwest Nazarene University with a bachelor’s degree in ministry. Brian has a passion for ministry that extends beyond his local church and has been involved with several different national youth organizations as well as mentoring youth workers. His first book, “Flimsy Ministry” was released in 2012, and his second book “Create an Irresistible Volunteer Culture” in 2014. God has blessed he and his wife Maureen with three boys; Colin, Curtis, and Cameron. Brian loves living in Idaho, especially for all of the outdoor recreation options like boating, snow skiing, hiking, camping, and being outside. He also likes Boise State football a bit (ok, more than a bit) and does not believe the blue turf is an un-fair advantage.

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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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