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Jesus and…

Dear FOCUS Raleigh Leaders,

We are extremely excited to see how God uses this teaching and your presence in the lives of students this year. Thank you for saying yes to this call and responsibility. We believe that leading for FOCUS will challenge, encourage, and equip you on your life-long journey with Christ. As you review these Bible studies, please allow yourself to sit with the passage and consider how God might be speaking to you before you speak with others. We are praying for you and are hopeful that this is enriching and that God will provide fruitful ministry for FOCUS and for you individually.

This semester’s teaching program takes a look at the way Jesus responds to different aspects of life that are as relevant today as they were back when Jesus was on earth. This 9 lesson curriculum shows students what Jesus has to say about Himself, the poor, authority, conflict, celebration, friendship, emotions, and many more. The flow of the lessons take us all the way to Christmas, where we see Jesus and… us, and how his birth and life reflect the way He feels about us. We hope that these lessons will show students how applicable the teachings of Jesus are today, and how following Jesus means that we can have life to the full (John 10:10), and how life with Jesus is abundant and joyful.

Please be in touch with any questions you may have.

Thank you and peace be with you!
Caroline, Kelly, and Ryan

Find the “Jesus and…” teaching program and any handout you might need here.

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Contact Work

25 Creative Ways for Contact Work

A huge part of being a FOCUS leader is taking time to hang out with students in their world. This is called Contact Work. Contact work can look like many different things from going to a student’s game, grabbing a meal with them, serving the community, or even going to play golf together. Below is a list of 25 different contact work ideas, and we hope these inspire you!

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