Augsburg Fortress

T.B.D.: Salvation

Unwind what youth know about salvation and help them dig deeper into this central Christian doctrine.

Why choose T.B.D.: Salvation?

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    Host an open discussion with your youth about salvation

    Use a teen small group format to dig into salvation and it what it means to their faith.

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    Help youth come to their own conclusions

    Leverage an open-ended, discussion-based format to have your youth ask questions, find answers, and build their own foundation of faith.

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    Tailor the four-week unit to work for you

    Take the four sessions and use them in youth Sunday school, youth group, or for a weekend retreat.

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    Make it easy for your leaders

    Eliminate the guesswork for their leaders with the tools that allow them to focus on what’s most important—helping youth learn and grow in their faith.

How it works

Each T.B.D. lesson invites youth (Grades 9-11) to use their experiences, Christian tradition, and the Bible to unpack a theological idea and test that idea out in the world. Students jot down thoughts, share questions, and walk through a group discussion that allows them to figure out not only what they believe, but also why they believe.

Throughout the four-session unit, students dive deep into the topic of salvation and uncover key beliefs, such as:

  • Only Good People Are Saved
  • We Are Saved from Hell
  • Jesus Is the Way
  • I Can Do What I Want Now
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