Nov 15, 2015
Teen Challenge presentation – AUDIO ONLY
Series: Various
The Teen Challenge Men's Choir did a special presentation on Sunday, Nov 15 which consisted of inspiring songs and stories of freedom from addiction. Below are questions from Titus 2:11-15 that were inspired by the choir.
  Questions: Titus 2:11-15 Ice Breaker: Have you ever been left with a list of duties to perform that to you seem way beyond your skills and abilities? Expectations on the job can be like that sometimes. Being a spouse and a parent can also leave us with the same feelings of inadequacy. How do you handle it when you have those feelings of not being up to the challenge? 1. Where did grace come from and how would you describe its appearance? (v.11) (John 1:14-18) 2. How does grace teach you to say "no”? (v.12) Give some examples. 3. Discuss the “blessed hope” and what it means to you. (v.13) (see Romans 8:18-39) What can we do to develop a sense of expectancy about Christ’s return? 4. In your own words, explain why Christ redeemed you. (v.14) (see Ephesians 2:8-10) How are you living out His confidence in you? 5. Paul concludes this section as he began it back in verse 1. How would you phrase verse 15 in your own words? 6. How are we able to fulfill the noble purpose that Christ has called us to? (vv.11-15) (also see Titus 3:1-7) 7. Share how you were inspired, blessed, challenged and possibly corrected or admonished by the message from the Teen Challenge staff and residents. “The Bible never describes faith as a leap into the dark; rather it is a step into the light.” - Andy Bannister
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  • Nov 15, 2015Teen Challenge presentation – AUDIO ONLY
    Nov 15, 2015
    Teen Challenge presentation – AUDIO ONLY
    Series: Various
    The Teen Challenge Men's Choir did a special presentation on Sunday, Nov 15 which consisted of inspiring songs and stories of freedom from addiction. Below are questions from Titus 2:11-15 that were inspired by the choir.
      Questions: Titus 2:11-15 Ice Breaker: Have you ever been left with a list of duties to perform that to you seem way beyond your skills and abilities? Expectations on the job can be like that sometimes. Being a spouse and a parent can also leave us with the same feelings of inadequacy. How do you handle it when you have those feelings of not being up to the challenge? 1. Where did grace come from and how would you describe its appearance? (v.11) (John 1:14-18) 2. How does grace teach you to say "no”? (v.12) Give some examples. 3. Discuss the “blessed hope” and what it means to you. (v.13) (see Romans 8:18-39) What can we do to develop a sense of expectancy about Christ’s return? 4. In your own words, explain why Christ redeemed you. (v.14) (see Ephesians 2:8-10) How are you living out His confidence in you? 5. Paul concludes this section as he began it back in verse 1. How would you phrase verse 15 in your own words? 6. How are we able to fulfill the noble purpose that Christ has called us to? (vv.11-15) (also see Titus 3:1-7) 7. Share how you were inspired, blessed, challenged and possibly corrected or admonished by the message from the Teen Challenge staff and residents. “The Bible never describes faith as a leap into the dark; rather it is a step into the light.” - Andy Bannister
  • Dec 1, 2013Teen Challenge Christmas Presentation
    Dec 1, 2013
    Teen Challenge Christmas Presentation
    Series: Various
    The men & women Teen Challenge Choir did a Christmas presentation called "Home For Christmas." The choir presentation was made up of songs and testimonies.
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