Personal Character

Getting started with Personal Character

The four lessons in this series show students both the faults of and reason for humanity – providing direction for walking away from sin and into sanctification.

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This series includes

a short video
scripture engagement
core
questions
discussion questions
application questions

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1. Why did God create humans?

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2. What is the lasting consequence of sin?

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3. What are the greatest commandments?

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4. What is sanctification?

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When it comes to personal character, our students are bombarded with a multitude of opinions and schools of thought, all centered around being a “good person” – a definition that is constantly changing with pop culture and societal standards. But our never-changing God tells us that what is most important is to be an imitator of Christ. This survey will help you understand what personal character looks like for your students as it relates to their love for God and the cultivation of a life that displays a relationship with Jesus.