Paul: The Apostle of Grace

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Younger Youth

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Intersection for Younger Youth is a complete resource for teaching younger youth. This guide includes teaching procedures and reproducible resource pages. Intersection combines active, creative learning approaches with quality Bible study.

“Paul: The Apostle of Grace”

The sessions in this unit present a more inclusive picture of the often-misunderstood apostle Paul and his ministry. As you approach this unit, you are encouraged to look at the Apostle to the Gentiles with new eyes. Grace was extended to Paul as he began his Christian witness, and grace is what he continued to extend to others.

Session One focuses on Paul before he became an apostle of grace, when he was touched by other people who demonstrated the grace of God in their lives. Through other people’s willingness to change, Paul was touched by the grace of God.

Session Two looks at the calling of Paul and Barnabas to a specific ministry. This session explores how one can better understand being called by God for a specific job.

Session Three is designed to communicate the importance of hospitality to your youth. Hospitality is considered a lost art by many. Youth will learn what is means to “extend hospitality to strangers.”

Session Four portrays the story of Paul and Silas when they were willing to suffer for doing something unpopular. What evil are they willing to expose for the sake of the Gospel?

Session Five shares with youth the power of a well-written letter. Paul’s letters provide a model for the formal letter. How can letters be used to encourage others in their faithfulness?

by Tracy Dunn Nolan

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