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don't miss "jesus and your future," our newest "jesus studies" curriculum

don't miss "jesus and your future," our newest "jesus studies" curriculum

We've just released a new 4-lesson Bible study entitled "Jesus And Your Future," the latest release from our Jesus Studies line of Bible study curriculum. It's an awesome look at what Jesus had to say about our future, and how it impacts our daily lives. 

Jesus And Your Future is loaded with great features to help you craft an awesome Bible study experience both during and after your group meetings. 

Here's a list of some of the features that come with Jesus And Your Future:

  • 4 Interactive Leader’s Guides complete with Bible Background
  • 12 out-of-class student devotionals
  • Parent Pages for at-home discipleship
  • PowerPoint backgrounds and Promo Art
  • Teacher Prep Videos to help you prepare
  • Social Media Suggestions for before and after your meetings
Jesus and Your Future will help you teach your students that a forever-future with God is found through faith in Christ; that Jesus came so that we may have a future that is abundantly awesome; that we have to see our future as belonging to God to use as He sees fit; and that committing our future to God is the pathway to experiencing God’s favor, both now and in eternity.

The best part? You can sample a FREE Lesson from the study, as well as get a look at all the components. Simply CLICK HERE to go to the free lesson page.

As always, let us know if you have any questions about Jesus And Your Future or The Jesus Studies, or about any other one of our Bible study resources. Call us (888.969.6360) or email ( We're happy to help!

As you engage in the faithful teaching of The Bible, we guarantee:
///  Deep, transformative Bible study lessons that are accurate and true
///  Easy-to-teach lessons for teachers
///  Creative and relevant lessons for teens
///  Customizable content for giving you control as you need it
///  Unparallelled support for you as a valued customer

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