The Mvmnt Toolkit
Middle School Series at a Glance
High School Series at a Glance
AUGUST 15: WELCOME BACK!
Vision night! We will look at our core values and how we live them out.
AUGUST 22: BIG NIGHT!
Big Night is a fun night geared toward connecting as a family. Think family night out but with a very large family and you stay home! Students are encouraged to bring friends and there is no cost.
The Gospel. The Good News. Depending on who your students are, they may have heard this phrase used a lot. Or not at all. But even for the teenagers who hear the word used in church, do they truly know what the Gospel is and how it impacts their lives? Our goal in The Gospel series is to help your students grasp the simple, yet powerful truth of what the Gospel is; learn how the Gospel profoundly impacts their life; and be challenged to be messengers of the Gospel in their world.
AUGUST 25: FOLLOWING JESUS
Learning Objectives: Students will understand that the power of the Gospel is available for all people. The only true prerequisite is to know that you’re a sinner in need of saving; And to challenge students to take a step further in following the Jesus of the Bible, no matter where they may be on their personal faith journey with Him. (Matthew 4:18-22; 9:9-13)
SEPTEMBER 1: LOVING LIKE JESUS
Learning Objectives: Students will see that the Gospel’s effect on their lives is powerfully seen in how they are compelled to love others as Jesus does; and to challenge them to love the people in their lives—especially those difficult to love—because Jesus loved them first. (Matthew 5:43-48; John 13:34-35; 1 John 4:7-12)
SEPTEMBER 8: SERVING LIKE JESUS
Learning Objectives: Students will grasp that living out the Gospel in their world calls for action, specifically in serving others before themselves; and that they would commit to live a life of serving others that reflects their Savior, who served them first. (1 Peter 5:8-11)
SEPTEMBER 15: SHARING YOUR STORY
Learning Objective: Students will understand that the Gospel can’t be contained. By its very nature, it has to be shared; and that they would be committed to being messengers of the Gospel to people they encounter in their everyday lives. (Matthew 20:1-16; Mark 5:1-20)
As we relaunch in a new space and on a new day it’s important for us to drive home why we do what we do, why we gather in the first place. Our vision is that we would all come to see Jesus for who He really is. Through this series we will focus in on what it means to truly have eyes that see the Lord.
At the end of this series, students will understand the difference between knowing the stories and knowing God.
AUGUST 15: EYES OF THE DISCIPLES
AUGUST 22: EYES OF AN ASSISTANT
AUGUST 29: EYES OF A KING