Person of Jesus for Youth Pastors | Dependence

Person of Jesus for Youth Pastors | Dependence

Online Bible Study
Schedule
Tuesdays
Online Bible Study 1:30-2:30 pm ET

An 8-week study on the dependence of Jesus.

This interactive Bible study designed especially for youth pastors will equip you to help students discover and fall in love with Jesus.

Students today face an epic identity crisis: what does it mean to be human? Our culture paints them a clear picture, which many will settle for. But the Church has a far better vision: the Person of Jesus. He is Humanity 2.0, and when students discover how beautiful he is, they will long to find themselves in Him.

In this study, we will look at one attribute at the core of Jesus’ life: dependence. Jesus summarizes his dependence on his Father when he says, “I do nothing on my own. I only do what I see my Father doing” (John 5:19, 30). Jesus is childlike, he “does life” in dependence on his Father.

The spirit of the age has cut the cord to dependence, resulting in rampant individualism. This individualism will inevitably collapse, because we were not made for self-will (independence). At seeJesus, we believe childlike dependence is the daily lifeline students need as followers of Jesus.

Meet Robert Row
Student Ministries Coordinator

Robert Row admits that—despite 20 years of pastoral ministry to children, youth, and families—Jesus was once something of a distant superhero to him. “In 2014, the Lord awakened my heart to the humanity of Christ,” he explains, “and I set out to discover the real Jesus.” Robert’s explorations led him to seeJesus, where he now serves as Student Ministries Coordinator and helps others discover the person of Jesus. Robert loves practical jokes and adventures in the outdoors and was once chased by a moose while working at Yellowstone National Park. (Apparently, there are pictures). Robert and his wife, Rebecca, have five children, one of whom is now with Jesus, and live outside of Chattanooga, TN.

Robert Row admits that—despite 20 years of pastoral ministry to children, youth, and families—Jesus was once something of a distant superhero to him. “In 2014, the Lord awakened my heart to the humanity of Christ,” he explains, “and I set out to discover the real Jesus.” Robert’s explorations led him to seeJesus, where he now serves as Student Ministries Coordinator and helps others discover the person of Jesus. Robert loves practical jokes and adventures in the outdoors and was once chased by a moose while working at Yellowstone National Park. (Apparently, there are pictures). Robert and his wife, Rebecca, have five children, one of whom is now with Jesus, and live outside of Chattanooga, TN.