In Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream (WaterBrook Multnomah 2010), Dr. David Platt presented a radical idea to American Christians: live the gospel in ways that are true, filled with promise, and ultimately world changing. Readers responded positively to his message, resulting in Radical sitting on The New York Times Best Seller List for a remarkable 55 weeks.
NavPress wondered what could happen if teens embraced the ideas in Radical and understood their biblical basis. Would their parents’ lives be impacted? Would schools and churches look different? And how would these teens live the rest of their lives?
Radical for Teens: The Bible Study (NavPress, July 2011) is written specifically to help students see how the revolutionary things Jesus said 2,000 years ago—such as denying ourselves, giving up everything, and loving Him above all else—still apply to Christians today.
But what makes this eight-lesson study unique is that it is subscription based, which allows a study leader to access lessons anywhere, at anytime. The cost is based on the number of students and includes everything a teacher needs for lesson preparation: commentaries, teaching plans, activities, downloads, discussion questions, and more.
“NavPress is proud to be able to offer Radical for Teens: The Bible Study,” says NavPress Executive Vice President Barry Sneed. “This generation of students has a deep desire to do more than attend youth group—they want to affect their communities and world. This Bible study is a catalyst for them to do something radical in their lives.”
For more information or to try Radical for Teens: The Bible Study for free, visit www.radicalforteens.com.