Lesson 2: Don't Flatter Yourself--Christ clearly calls us to humility-teens need to be encouraged to recognize the value of humility and emulate it in their own lives.
Lesson 3: Obedience--It's More Important Than You Think--Rather than testing the limits and boundaries in life, believers should live in an attitude of obedience and supplication.
Lesson 4: Give It Up--Selflessness does not come naturally to any of us, but it is nevertheless an important aspect of Christian service and missions training.
Lesson 5: You Choose--The great commission is a command to modern-day believers as much as it was for the early church.
Lesson 6: Equipping Students to be Campus Pastors--Christian students can be an astounding influence on their peers as a role model and Christian leader.
Lesson 7: Cultural Differences--Teens learn the attitude we should have while ministering cross-culturally through investigating Christ's loving approach to a woman of a different culture.
Lesson 8: Missing the Mission--Prior to a service project, be sure to keep a look out for the pitfalls of service projects so you can minister effectively.
Lesson 9: Praying for the Nations--God used the prayers of Elijah, an average, ordinary man, to scale insurmountable obstacles, overcome a corrupt government, and accomplish extraordinary miracles. He wants to use us in the same way.
Lesson 10: Presenting Your Story--When students discover they have a story to tell, empowered by the Holy Spirit, they will be bolder and desire to equip themselves to share their faith.
Lesson 11: Unpacking the Service Project--By "unpacking" our experiences after a mission trip or service project, we can gain a better understanding of why we did what we did and how we were changed by it.