Transformed

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Gender identity is the hot topic of our cultural moment. Through this series, you can invite your students to wrestle with God’s design for their gender and their experiences of gender within the framework of Jesus’ call to discipleship.

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This series includes

a short video
scripture engagement
core
questions
discussion questions
application questions

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1. Walking With Jesus

Jesus invites us on a lifelong journey of discipleship. As we walk with him over time, we can bring him our questions and confusion and trust him to lead us into increasing understanding and faithfulness.

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2. Divine Design

In the beginning, God created humanity in his image according to his perfect design. But, we have all sinned, or rebelled, against God by rejecting his design for ourselves. In trying to be our own creators, we miss out on our true, God-given identity and purpose.

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3. Finding Yourself

We live in a world that preaches instant gratification, but Jesus calls us to deny ourselves, pick up our cross, and follow him. When we deny ourselves to follow Jesus, we find our true selves in him, and he leads us to joy and freedom.

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4. Living & Loving Like Jesus

Followers of Jesus are called to love our neighbors, even those who disagree with us. Just like Jesus invites us into a relationship with him even while we are still sinners, we can invite people who struggle with their gender and sexuality into meaningful friendships. We can show compassion toward our LGBTQ friends without affirming their lifestyles or compromising God’s commands.

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How do your students view gender identity? This survey was created to go along with this series.