Challengers

>> Challengers is a missions organization for teen boys ages 1217 or in grades 712. Through Challengers, young men have opportunities to grow in their relationships with God and their peers. Challengers learn to look beyond themselves and become actively involved in missions and ministry.

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CURRICULUM

Challengers Leader 2017-2018

Features 12 months of easy-to-use, dated weekly lesson plans, missions Bible studies, missionary stories, spiritual growth activities, and hands-on missions projects.

M176104  $24.99

 

Additional Resources

Ignite (CD): An Experience to Spark Compassion for People Who Hurt

This interactive experience is designed to help students gain a deeper understanding about those who hurt and ideas for putting faith into mission action as they minister to the hurting individuals around them. The CD contains leader instructions, student handouts, and graphic elements.

W156105 • $19.99

 

Carry On: Prepping and Packing for Successful Missions Trips

Carry On provides all the information you need to prepare your students' and your leaders' hearts, souls, minds, and strength for your next missions trip to carry the gospel locally, regionally, and internationally. Topics include a six-week preparation guide, budgeting, the why's and when's of pre-project site visits, preparing backup plans for unknown problems or changes during the trip, onsite do's and don'ts, working with onsite ministry partners, what to pack, cultural sensitivity, including your congregation in supporting the trip and the students. Prepare to carry on despite challenges. Prepare for missions trip success.

W146103 • $14.99

 

 

 

More from Challengers


Extras for Challengers Leaders

Challengers Rite of Passage Leader Guide and Challengers Prayer Vigil.


Additional Challengers Bible Studies

These Bible studies examine the lives of missional men and women of God. They are an excellent resource for group or individual study.


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