Students today are growing up in a world defined by pluralism, and it is imperative that they are being empowered by the church to explore what they believe, understand what their beliefs mean, and how to act on them.
T.B.D.: Think. Believe. Do. is the small group resource for churches that trust youth to actively participate in their own faith development and want to embark on this journey with them. It aims to equip students to embrace the ongoing, sustainable process of discipleship. The second unit of T.B.D. focuses on Sin - helping students understand what sin means, how it impacts their faith and their lives, and what it truly means to them. Throughout the four-session unit, students dive deep into the topic of sin and uncover key beliefs, such as:
- Sin is real.
- Sin is the devil's fault.
- Sin is my problem.
- God forgives everybody.
The T.B.D Facilitator Guide for Sin gives leaders and volunteers everything they need to lead a rich and purposeful discussion with youth about the topical group study. In the Sin unit, the Facilitator Guide helps readers engage with youth and delve deep into discussions related to provocative statements.