Ultimate Choice: Challenge Your Life Challenge Your Faith by David Cook Publishers
eBook Title: Ultimate Choice: Challenge Your Life Challenge Your Faith
Publisher: David C Cook (April 20, 2007)
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Size ePub vers.: 1610 kb
Size PDF vers.: 1608 kb
Other formats: cb7, odf, pdf, azw, ibooks, mobi
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What do you get when you cross reality TV, extreme sports, and a spiritual discipleship experience? The answer: Ultimate Choice. This TV-series based youth ministry resource will force your teens to evaluate their faith through an honest look at the struggles of their peers. Skydiving, whitewater rafting, and decisions of faith ultimate choices come in many forms. Which choices will your teens make in their own lives?
And, because of its unique "tiered" discussion format, this is the only program that can be used simultaneously for several different levels of spiritual maturity. Outreach and discipleship in one tiny box. Because of the professional production quality of a network TV show, your teens won't be embarrassed to invite their friends. And because of the learning format based on a landmark study of youth education, every teen will be challenged to advance further in Christ.
This Ultimate Choice experience includes
- Six weeks of easy-to-use, dynamic programming
- A DVD with five episodes from the hit TV show Ultimate Choice
- A Leader's Discussion Guide to facilitate an impacting discussion series
- Small group discussion cards to make even the greenest volunteer confident in leading a small group
- An Event Guide that lets you plan your own extreme outreach event
- A preview copy of the Student Discipleship Journal, My Ultimate Story, which will guide youth in internalizing their own journey with the Lord (also sold separately)
Features and Benefits
- Includes Event and Discussion Guide on DVD-Rom
- Categorizes events by budget and group size
- Use a values-based reality show and "Ultimate Activities"
- Teens learn and practice how to apply the Bible to their daily relationships and decisions
- Teens are shown positive role models, very unlike role models shown in most media