Groove: School Student Journal

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Groove: School Student Journal
Paperback ISBN: 9781501809361
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Published December 2015

Teach teens the essentials of their faith.

Nearly all youth are involved in school and educational pursuits for a
majority of their day. Even if they are not attending a traditional
school, there are ways to encourage them to live out their faith as they
follow Jesus and at the same time grow in their academic knowledge.


School is designed to help teenagers consider how their faith affects
their lives at school. From the lessons studied each week, combined
with the daily devotions found in the Groove: School Student Journal, teens will be encouraged to pause and reflectively engage as their academic and spiritual lives collide.


Over the course of the series, youth will be encouraged to make a
place of belonging for everyone in their school, to set and keep
priorities that reflect their faith in Jesus, to find joy even at
school, and to know that our worth ultimately lies in who Jesus is and
what he has done for us.


The Groove Bible study series invites teens to learn the
essentials of their faith, own their story, and engage the world in
serving Jesus. Each topical study consists of four weekly sessions that
are easy to lead and relate to life issues teens face. With up to 48
weeks available, Groove is great for Sunday and mid-week gatherings for
both large and small groups as well as retreats. The student journal
contains session-specific questions, background information, and daily
devotions for each session.






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About the Author

Michael Adkins

Mike Adkins graduated from the University of West Georgia in 2009with a degree in Psychology. He has been in youth ministry for a decade,serving as an intern for two years at Cornerstone UMC in Newnan, Ga., beforestepping into full time ministry at Shepherd of the Hills UMC in Douglasville,Ga. He is currently at Forest Hills UMC in Macon, Ga., where he has served asthe youth minister for four years. He has unhealthy levels of love for reading,survival methodology, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.