Sample the first lesson from our Anti-Social 4-Week Youth Ministry Curriculum!
Social media is where anyone can become a star. It's also where people are canceled, where bullies wreak havoc, and otherwise normal people waste a whole lot of precious time. Unchecked social media can become a huge distraction, pulling us away from things we should be doing and real people who deserve our attention. With God's help, we can find a better way to balance social media with the life God wants us to lead. In Anti-Social 4-Week Youth Ministry Curriculum, students will reevaluate their time spent online and commit to what's truly important.
Anti-Social Sample Lesson Overview:
Memory Verse: “In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matthew 5:16 (NIV)
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10, Zacchaeus Does Not Get Canceled
Social media has given the masses a platform to cancel people - destroying people's lives and careers for the wrongs they have committed in the recent or even distant past. While many of those canceled may seem deserving of their sentence, the result of so many cancellations is that we are all one post away from being canceled ourselves. Jesus showed us a better way to deal with people's errors when He had compassion on a man who probably deserved to be canceled - a tax collector named Zacchaeus.
Objective: Students will consider compassion and reconciliation rather than a cancellation.
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