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Try This Free Bible Study Lesson On Prayer In Your Youth Ministry

Try This Free Bible Study Lesson On Prayer In Your Youth Ministry

We love giving youth workers free stuff. It's one way we express our desire to serve and equip you, the awesome youth workers who make up the ym360 Community. 

Today we've launched a free Bible study lesson on prayer, complete with a student prayer guide to help your students put into practice the truths of this passage.

I like that this lesson is a little different than most. It focuses on Luke's account of the Lord's Prayer, but focuses mainly on the kind of obscure little parable Jesus passes along after He gives the disciples the model for how to pray. It's one of those Bible passages that can be a little tricky to grasp at first (my favorite kind, by the way). But once students unpack it a bit, not only do they realize the transforming truth of the passage, but it helps them see how rich Scripture is if they're willing to dig in a bit.

How do you get this free lesson? Glad you asked.

All you'll need to do is either CLICK HERE or click the Free Stuff tab at the top of the page.

You'll be taken to the landing page for the lesson where you can download the Leader's Guide and the Student Prayer Guide. (You'll need a ym360 User Account if you don't already have one. It's free to set one up and is the key to unlocking ALL of our free content. You can easily follow the prompts on the landing page to set up an account, or if you already have one, to log in.)

We'll be rolling out a free, high-quality resource a month from now on. So, don't forget to look for them!

And, as always, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to call us or Live Chat us. We're here to help you in any way we can.

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