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New Youth Video Resource!

During Lent, we are often challenged to give up something and focus that energy instead on God or to pick up a new habit with the intention of growing in relationship with Him. My hope is to equip you with resources to help you along that journey, perhaps one of these video studies will help you on that path!

We are a week into Lent now and if you are looking for a Bible study to jump into, this new resource may help you find good video series to explore! I’m hopeful that this library of resources will help you draw nearer to God during this Lenten season and beyond. Wilson youth and their families now have access to a full video library of youth resources available through RightNow Media. If you would like a preview of what’s available, you can take a look by clicking here . This resource is FREE and available to all Wilson youth and their families and accessible through the web, RightNow media phone app, Roku, and many other devices. You can gain access to these youth studies by sending me an email letting me know you are interested and then I will send you a link to create your own account. Super easy! There are many wonderful studies available ranging from in depth looks at specific books of the Bible to topical studies on Identity and what it means to be a follower of Christ. I hope you will check out this resource and find something interesting!

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Here are some recommendations to get you started: image

Not a Fan by Kyle Idleman– Dave referenced this book is his most recent sermon, now you can explore for yourself! Do YOU want to be a fan OR a follower of God?

Parables by Brody Jespersen– Who doesn’t love a good story? Parables are stories with lesson about how Jesus wants us to live. This short series explores how to apply lessons from Parables to your own life.

Bible Project by Tim Mackie– A fast paced and informative illustrated overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation

The Box by Propaganda– A thought provoking exploration of Truth and a challenge to break out of “the box”.

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