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The Asking for a Friend series is designed to tackle the tough questions that students are
asking about faith, God, the Bible, and the church. The series works through the following
-Can I trust the Bible?
-Is Jesus the only way to heaven?
-Why does God allow suffering?
-If I love God, why do I need the church?
-Why does God make so many rules?
-Does God care about who my friends are?
-What does the Bible say about sex?
-What does it mean to follow Jesus?
This series includes the following:
-8 weeks of lesson – full manuscripts (Microsoft Word and PDF)
-8 weeks of small group lessons (Pages and PDF files – 8-10 cards for students to work through)
-Photoshop files (11×17 poster, HD image) for editing
-PNG files (11×17 poster, HD image)
Reverse Charades is a hilarious up-front game for your group, and this
particular version is perfect for a hillbilly themed night at youth group. Simply
bring a couple students on stage to compete against one another. As the
words come up on the screen, the audience acts out the word on the screen.
The students on stage guess, and the first one to get the word correct wins
This package includes individual PNG files for your presentation software, and
also Keynote and PowerPoint versions of the game. And for an added bonus,
I’ve included the Photoshop template so you can add your own words and
make even more rounds! Enjoy!
Meme Me is a hilarious game that your students will love! You can play this as an up-front game with a few or put students into groups to come up with their best caption as a group. The game is simple – show the pictures and give students a time limit to come up with their best caption. Then award the team or player with the best captions with the prize! This Thanksgiving Edition will have your students laughing together around the great holiday!
This package includes PNG files of the title slide, as well as all the other slides. In addition, there is a PowerPoint file for easy use or editing to add your own slides and also the PSD file of the Title slide.
Note: To edit Photoshop files, you will need Adobe Photoshop or other compatible software.