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Youth bible lesson - 2 May 2021

How do your friends support your faith journey? Whether you've attended Striders or Eagles classes lately or not, this video will catch you up with where we are in the Old Testament. Today, you'll hear about King David's despicable sin and the man God sent to help him repent and turn his heart back to God. God wants that for us too! Watch to the end to hear about how, through our Youth Connect Groups, you and a few friends can support each other as you live out your best lives for God.

Parents - discuss our video with your teenagers. Consider building your conversation around these questions:

  • How willing are you to be held accountable?

  • Who can be like Nathan to you?

  • Would you like to invite a few friends around one evening to discuss setting up a Connect Group in one of our homes?


  1. Striders and Eagles classes will resume at 8am and 10am on Sunday 9 May.

Please encourage your teenagers to either come along to Striders (Grades 6 & 7), Eagles (Grade 8 & above), or to attend church with the family on Sundays.

  1. Friday Nights at PVC: Please encourage your teenagers to join us at Friday Night Youth on 14th May.

Junior Youth (Grades 6 & 7) meet from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.

At Junior Youth, we’re working through a series called “In Between”, aimed at teens and tweens, that deals with new faith.

Senior Youth (Grades 8 & above) meet from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.

At Senior Youth, we’re alternating “Ignition 7: The Free Run of Faith” by John Driver and “Doctrine” by Francis Chan which cover topics such as The Trinity, Sin, The Church, Salvation, The Bible, etc.

We have fun at Youth, but we also discuss the real-life struggles that we all have in living out our faith on a daily basis and we share teachings from Scripture to help teenagers understand the core of our Christian faith. Everyone is welcome so please encourage your teenagers to invite their friends even if they don’t attend church.

Masks and social distancing will be required. A donation of R20 will be appreciated to cover the cost of refreshments but it is not compulsory.

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