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SEE the story HEAR the story << NEED MORE SPACE? USE THE BACK! >> JOIN the story DRAW: Create a simple image or symbol that you think best represents this story: DRAW OR WRITE: What were the key events from the story? What was most meaningful to you from this story? Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character are you most like in this story? How? > In your own words, what does it look like to take care of God’s creation like Adam and Eve were instructed to do? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, song or whatever you like! Discover more from this story: Read Genesis 1-4, 6-9 The Story for Teens CHAPTER 1: CREATION

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Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character are you most like in this story? How? > In your own words, what does it look like to take care of God’s creation like Adam and Eve were instructed to do? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, song or whatever you like!
Discover more from this story: Read Genesis 1-4, 6-9
The Story for Teens CHAPTER 1: CREATION
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Discover more–read: Genesis 12–13; 15–17; 21–22;
32–33; 35; Romans 4; Hebrews 11
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 2: God Builds a Nation
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character are you most like in this story? How? > If you had to “wrestle” with God over something, what would it be? (Maybe it’s a fear of something? A frustration in your life? An injustice in the world?) Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
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Genesis 37; 39; 41–48; 50
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 3: JOSEPH
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or characters in the story are you most like? How? > What events or memories in your own life did the story remind you of? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
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Discover more from this story:
Exodus 1-7; 10-17
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 4: DELIVERANCE
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > Have you ever been or are you “captive” or “enslaved” to something? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
The Story for Teens CHAPTER 5: NEW COMMANDS
Discover more from this story: Read Exodus 19–40
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> Which character are you most like in this story? How?
> In your own words, what could it mean for you to live as a “modern-day priest”? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently?
Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, song or whatever you like!
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 6: WANDERING
Discover more from this story: Numbers 10–14; 20–21; 25; 27;
Deuteronomy 1–2; 4; 6; 8–9; 29–32; 34
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > What are you thankful for? Have you ever been ungrateful for something given to you? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
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Discover more from this story:
Joshua 1-2; 6; 8; 10-11; 23-24
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 7: THE BATTLE BEGINS
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > Have you ever felt like you were fighting against great odds? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
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Discover more from this story:
Judges 2-4; 6-8; 13-16
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 8: A FEW GOOD MEN...AND WOMEN
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Read RUTH 1-4
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > Describe a time when you felt like an “outsider”. > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 9: The Faith of a Foriegn Woman
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Discover more from this story:
Read 1 SAMUEL 1-4; 8-13; 15
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 10: Standing Tall
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Discover more from this story: 1 SAMUEL 16 – 18; 24; 31;
2 SAMUEL 6; 22; 1 CHRONICLES 17; PSALM 59
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 11: From Shepherd to King
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 12: The Trials of a King
Discover more from this story: 2 SAMUEL 11 – 12; 18 – 19;
1 CHRONICLES 22; 29; PSALMS 23; 32; 51
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 13: The King Who Had it All
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > What character attribute would you like God to increase in you? Why? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
Discover more from this story: READ 1 KINGS 1–8; 10–11;
2 CHRONICLES 5–7
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 14: A KINGDOM TORN IN TWO
Discover more from this story:
Read 1 Kings 12 - 16
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 15: GOD’S MESSENGERS
Discover more from this story: 1 Kings 17–19; 2 Kings 2; 4; 6;
Hosea 4–5; 8–9; 14; Amos 1; 3–5; 9
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Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > What current fears or worries can you lay before the Lord, as Hezekiah did? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 16: THE BEGINNING OF THE END
Discover more from this story: 2 KINGS 17–19;
ISAIAH 3; 6; 13–14; 49; 53
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 17: THE KINGDOM’S FALL
Discover more from this story: 2 KINGS 21; 23–25;
2 CHRONICLES 33; 36; JEREMIAH 1–2; 4–5; 13; 21;
LAMENTATIONS 1–3; 5; EZEKIEL 1–2; 6–7; 36–37
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 18: DANIEL IN EXILE
Discover more from this story: DANIEL 1-3; 6;
JEREMIAH 29-31
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 19: THE RETURN HOME
Discover more from this story: EZRA 1 – 6; HAGGAI 1 – 2;
ZECHARIAH 1; 8
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Discover more from this story:
ESTHER 1–9
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 20: THE QUEEN OF BEAUTY & COURAGE
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Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > If you had to confess the sins of “your people” what would those sins be? And who would “your people” be? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
Discover more from this story: EZRA 7; MALACHI 1 – 4 ;
NEHEMIAH 1–2; 4; 6–8 The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 21: REBUILDING THE WALLS
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Discover more from this story:
MATTHEW 1 – 2; LUKE 1 – 2; JOHN 1
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 22: THE BIRTH OF THE KING
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Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > Have you or someone you know ever been treated as an outcast? How did it make you feel? > What is the most miraculous event you have ever seen? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 23: JESUS’ MINISTRY BEGINS
Discover more from this story:
Matthew 3–4; 11; Mark 1–3; Luke 8; John 1–4
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 24: NO ORDINARY MAN
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > Have you ever had to rely solely on your faith in God? What were the circumstances? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
Discover more from this story:
Matthew 5–7; 9; 14; Mark 4–6; Luke 10; 15; John 6
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 25: JESUS, THE SON OF GOD
Discover more from this story:
Matthew 17; 21; Mark 8–12; 14; Luke 9; 22; John 7–8; 11–12
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Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > How is Jesus’ sacrifice meaningful to you? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 26: THE HOUR OF DARKNESS
Discover more from this story:
Matthew 26–27; Mark 14–15; Luke 22–23; John 13–14; 16–19
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Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > How does Jesus’ resurrection change everything? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 27: THE RESSURECTION
Discover more from this story:
Matthew 27 – 28; Mark 16; Luke 24; John 19 – 21
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Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > What has happened in your life that caused you to view God in a brand new way? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 28: NEW BEGINNINGS
Discover more from this story:
Acts 1-10; 12
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 29: PAUL’S MISSION
Discover more from this story: Acts 13–14; 16–20; Romans 1; 3–6; 8; 12; 15;
1 Corinthians 1; 3; 5–6; 10; 12–13; 15–16; Galatians 1; 3; 5–6; 1 Thessalonians 1–5
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 30: PAUL’S FINAL DAYS
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > When you “finish the race,” what do you want people to remember about you? What do you hope your legacy be? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
Discover more from this story:
Acts 20–23; 27–28; Ephesians 1–6; 2 Timothy 1–4
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The Story DVD Curriculum for Teens CHAPTER 31: THE END OF TIME
Pick ONE of the following questions and create a response: > Which character or part of the story did you see yourself in? > What areas of your life and our world need to be redeemed or renewed? > How did this story challenge or inspire you to live differently? Create a sketch, collage, poem, prayer, journal entry, or song here or on another sheet.
Discover more from this story:
Revelation 1 – 5; 19 – 22
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