- Acts 25–28
- year 3, no. 28
Paul is brought to trial and made a prisoner for preaching the gospel of Jesus. If you were going on trial because you are a Christian, what “evidence” would be brought against you?
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- Acts 16–17; 20:17–38
- year 3, no. 27
The disciples obey the command to, “Go and make disciples of all nations”. Just like today, they met both acceptance and opposition! How do your experiences in sharing the gospel compare with Paul’s experiences?
- Acts 13-14
- year 3, no. 26
People opposed the good news of a Savior in every city where it was preached by Paul and Barnabas. Have you experienced opposition when you talk about Jesus?
- Acts 9:1–31
- year 3, no. 25
Saul was breathing threats and murder against the disciples of the Lord. On the road to Damascus, Saul met Jesus and was transformed. How has Jesus transformed you?
- Acts 10–11:18
- year 3, no. 24
Peter shared the Good News with a God-fearing centurion named Cornelius, who received the Holy Spirit and was baptized. Have you found repentance that leads to life?
About our group
The goal of Young Twigs is to create disciples who can read God’s Word for themselves, allow the Holy Spirit to teach them, and apply the Bible purposefully to their lives. We want young women to be able to discuss the Bible one-on-one with others, to contend for Truth wherever they are, and to use their gifts within the Body of Christ for the glory of God.
About our curriculum
In our four-year curriculum plan, we study the Bible inductively, working through the Old and New Testaments in fall and winter months. During spring and summer months, we focus on the topics of culture, worldview, purity, evangelism, prayer, spiritual gifts, and marriage.