This Sunday at Fuel we will launch a study on apologetics. The purpose of this study is to help our students think critically about why they believe what they believe about God and to learn how to stand firm in their faith amid a culture that will pull them in all directions.
Our first lesson will examine what it means to have a worldview. We’ll challenge our students to think about themselves, what they think, and what foundation they desire to base their life upon. Each of us has a worldview that has been shaped by our upbringing, the environment we grew up in, and our family unit.
Here are some questions that could help fuel great dialogue at home:
- What are some good, appropriate ways for Christ-followers to respond to our culture’s attitude toward absolute truth?
- How can Paul’s story of transformation in the Bible encourage you as you interact with people who aren’t followers of Jesus?
- When do you find it most difficult to follow a Jesus-centered worldview, and why?
We look forward to partnering with you as together we prepare our teenagers for the journey ahead of them by equipping them with the tools necessary to develop a strong, Jesus-centered worldview.
Sunday is also Action Teams night. Instead of the lesson discussed above, youth who are in Action Teams will meet to discuss their ministry and how they can make the most of it.
Have a wonderful week!