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Your Junior Highers Can Spend a Year With Jesus!

Kurt Johnston —  July 3, 2013 — 4 Comments

JesusLive

I’m beyond excited about the brand new LIVE; YEAR WITH JESUS small group curriculum! Two big reasons:

* Because most “junior high” ministries are now actually middle school focused, there has been a need for a third year of material for this age group. While this study can be used for any age group, it was written by some of the sharpest junior high minds in the country…so it has a little bit of a junior high flavor.

* Because “More Jesus!” has been a drum I’ve been beating in our own ministry for a couple years. In fact, our junior high ministry now dedicates our small group teaching ENTIRELY around Jesus Christ. So I’m thrilled that LIVE is ready for us to implement.

Here is what your students will discover together about Jesus over the course of the year:

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Oh…and do you also work with pre-teens? Check out the new PRE-TEEN LIVE curriculum right here.

Kurt Johnston

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Kurt Johnston leads the student ministries team at Saddleback Church in Southern California. His ministry of choice, however, is junior high, where he spends approximately 83.4% of his time.

4 responses to Your Junior Highers Can Spend a Year With Jesus!

  1. Other than you who contributed to this??

  2. Its really an ideal curriculum and should shared to as many people as we can. The process of spiritual formation – the drive to live like Jesus – is becoming a deeper concern among evangelicals, and it is a good thing.

  3. Kurt Johnston
    Kurt Johnston July 7, 2013 at 2:27 am

    Justin…off the top of my head: Scott Rubin, April Diaz, Katie Edwards, Linda Vujnov, Brooklyn Lindsey, Matt Hall…..and probably some others.

  4. I am so happy that I found this web site. My only word of advice is that you could do with some images to drive the message home a little bit. Thanks.

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