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Resource: DVD (ANYTAT) Anything But Ordinary: Where Heaven and Earth Collide     
Author: Tate, Brad
Publisher: Group Simply Youth Ministries, 2012
Vendor: Christian Book Distributors
Length: 5 sessions
Heading: YMI — Youth Ministries
Subjects: Jesus Christ; Youth Ministry
Location: YMI
# Copies: 1
ISBN/ISSN: 9780764486593
 Description: Few teenagers dream of being ordinary. They seek to be significant, remarkable, memorable. They seek to lead lives that matter. Fortunately, Jesus set the standard in being anything but ordinary.
In this five-week series, veteran youth workers Brad Tate and Chase Allcott will engage your students in thought-provoking conversations about several unforgettable moments from the life of Jesus-moments that demonstrated how lives changed every time heaven and earth collided.
When do heaven and earth collide in the lives of your teenagers? When Jesus becomes real in their lives and in this world. When they become followers of Jesus, not just fans of Jesus. When they obey Jesus' words about community and surround themselves with other people building God's kingdom. When they fully allow God to define their lives and their hearts. When they minister and serve now, instead of waiting until they're older.
Believable: The Story of the Centurion (9:17)
The Cost of Following Jesus (9:58)
Choosing Friends: The Call of Matthew and the Disciples (9:12)
What Defines You (7:52)
Harvest: The Kingdom Worker (8:02)
You'll get tons of helpful materials to help you use the curriculum, including discussion guides, promotional materials, and more. And because all of the resources are editable and reproducible, you're able to tweak away and infuse them with your ministry's unique personality.
5 sessions, approx 8-10 minutes
Age Groups: Adult (30-65)


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