Tim Schmoyer is a friend of mine, and he has been involved in student ministry for years. This marks his final Freebie Friday after 300 consecutive weeks of giving away free resources.

“Wow. This week marks 300 consecutive weeks of a free youth ministry resource every Friday! For 5.77 years I have not missed a Friday in trying to resource youth workers to serve teens and their families. Crazy!

Unfortunately, the 300th week also marks the milestone of the final regular Freebie Friday here at Life In Student Ministry. I’ll still post free youth ministry resources that I think are worth passing along, but this will be the last regularly scheduled post in the Freebie Friday series.

Why am I concluding such a long-running blog series? I’ll share more about this decision next week.

To wrap us up, my friends at Youth Ministry 360 have contributed several resources all bundled into one download. Here’s their message for you:

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YM360: We’re pumped to be part of helping Tim celebrate the 300th Freebie Friday! As people who work with youth ourselves, we’ve benefited from Freebie Friday’s over the years. It’s a real privilege to be a part of the final Friday giveaway. A big thanks, Tim, for the invite.

We’ve attached a few different free resources. Check out the summaries below.

If you have any problems with the files or any questions, please give ym360 a call (888.969.6360), or live chat us at https://youthministry360.com.

  • Guide To Writing Bible Studies: Occasionally, we’ll be asked to teach youth ministry classes on the ins and outs of writing Bible study curriculum/lesson plans. As a result, we decided to take the content from these classes and turn it into a short e-booklet for youth workers.
  • 5 Devotions For Students On Holiness: These devotions also teach students the undeniable call of Scripture to live holy lives, empowered by the Spirit and making a difference in the world for Christ’s sake.
  • Reversing Course: A lesson from Jonah’s life designed to help students identify what running away from God looks like, and how to move toward living out God’s will in their lives.
  • The New You: This lesson out of Ephesians is designed to help your students see that they are a “new person” in Christ, and commit to embracing God’s call to righteousness and holiness.

Download this FREEBIE HERE!

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