BRAVE

Welcome to BRAVE, part of ThouArtExalted’s FIVE Small Group Series, an easy five-week study for Tween and Teen Girls featuring five lessons and one art project for five dollars (each student booklet).

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What is BRAVE?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to trust God’s plan for your life – to surrender your agenda and be strengthened by His? God’s Word says to be strong and brave. What does this mean, and how do we follow God’s direction when life gets hard? BRAVE explores five passages in the Bible where men and women (Shadrach, Meshach & Abednego, Peter, Esther, David, and Jesus) prove to be brave when it comes to answering God’s call in their lives—even when the circumstances get tough.

How do I use this study?

For details on how to use this study and to preview the first lesson, click here.

What is the art project like?

The art project for BRAVE is the Angel Board. To preview the art project, click here.

What are the benefits of the study?

  • Girls will be equipped with the tools to receive and remember God’s Word
  • Girls will be challenged to identify the “stains” in their lives such as idolatry, distraction, control, discouragement and being overwhelmed
  • Girls will learn that there are many “cleaning agents” that can remove these stains, including trusting in God’s plan, focusing on Jesus, being obedient to His call, speaking truth and prayer
  • Girls will understand Jesus’ death on the cross and His payment for our sin is the prefect detergent to wash the stain of sin away

What do I need to lead this study?

In order to lead a Bible study, you’ll need a Student Booklet ($5.00) for yourself and one Student Booklet for each girl. **PLEASE NOTE the booklets are not for reproduction. This booklet is for your use as a leader and is copyrighted material.

Purchase BRAVE here >>>

If you’re interested in leading a five-day ART CAMP of BRAVE, click here for more information.

Have a question? Send an email to mycah@thouartexalted.com and we’ll be happy to answer

 

 

 

 

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