CURRENT SERIES for Students in grades 6-12



No one likes it when things are overcomplicated. Need me to prove it? Well, have you ever stressed over instructions for assembling a coffee table or maybe wrestled with a device you didn’t know how to turn on? We like it when things “just make sense”. Too bad faith rarely seems that simple. But what if it could be? What if, in some ways, we’ve overcomplicated faith? In our new series on The Greatest Commandment called “Simplify”, we’ll be exploring what Jesus said matters most when it comes to our faith. By the end of these four weeks, we’ll all be able to breathe a little easier knowing that Jesus came not to complicate, but to simplify what it means to have faith in God.


Read: Matthew 22:36-40
Bottom line this week: Keep faith simple.
Discuss with your student: What is one way this week we can simplify our faith as a family?
Pray: For opportunities this week to live out your faith.


Series Memory Verse: “Jesus replied: ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.’ This is the greatest commandment.” Matthew 22:37-38 (New International Version)

For each series - we provide your student with a YouVersion Bible Reading Plan. Encourage them to follow along (you can follow along too)!

Simplify | Devotional Reading Plan | YouVersion Bible

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