Tell the Story

Tell the Story

Moses commanded Israel to make sure that their children knew the story of their journey of faith.

Overview

Everyone has a story to tell. Not one of us has lived a life that is exactly the same as another. While the same God has been present to all of us, he has met each of us through unique experiences, situations, and individuals. In sharing our own personal faith stories with others, we encourage others (especially our own children, grandchildren, and extended relatives) to live lives that remain committed to the one, true God who has richly blessed his people with grace.

Table of Contents

SCRIPTURE: Deuteronomy 6:4–25; Titus 2:1–8

LEADER'S GUIDE

• Identify the Current Issue

• Discover the Eternal Principles

Teaching point one: Telling the story of God's work in your life is not an option—it is a commandment.

Teaching point two: Use every means possible to pass tenants of faith to the next generations.

Teaching point three: Passing on the faith advances the kingdom of God on Earth.

• Apply Your Findings

• Additional Resources

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