Crossroads meets at the Adrian High School Performing Arts Center. Sunday's 9:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.


April In Jolt and Pulse, Students


About This Series

Jesus loves me, this I know, for the Bible tells me so.” If you grew up going to church, it’s probably the first song about Jesus you can remember singing. “Jesus loves me” may seem like a pretty straightforward and foundational belief, but let’s be honest . . . singing about Jesus’ love is a lot easier than actually imitating it. In this 4-week series, you’ll challenge students to observe, imitate, and be transformed by the radical love of Jesus for all people, but specifically His love for children, for the poor, for the stranger, and for the sinner.

This Series At A Glance

Week One: Jesus valued children
The Bible : Luke 18:15 – 17; II Timothy 4:12
Description of Lesson: Because Jesus valued children, this week, you’ll encourage students to consider the ways they can use their voices to influence the world and their church as teenagers.

Week Two: Jesus helped the poor
The Bible : Matthew 19:16 – 22; Proverbs 19:17
Description of Lesson: Because Jesus helped the poor, this week, you’ll challenge students to consider the ways they can let go of some of the things they treasure in order to better love someone else in need.

Week Three: Jesus welcomed strangers
The Bible : John 4:1 – 26; James 2:1 – 9
Description of Lesson:  Because Jesus welcomed strangers like the woman at the well, this week, you’ll give students an opportunity to discuss how Jesus might respond to people in society today who are marginalized or discriminated against because they are different.

Week Four: Jesus loved sinners
The Bible : John 8:2 – 11; I John 1:8 – 10
Description of Lesson: Because Jesus loved sinners like the woman caught in adultery, this week, you’ll challenge students to think about the way they view and treat people who could be considered “sinners.”

Event Date Title Location Map
Apr 7, 2019 - 9:30 am April In Jolt and Pulse, Students 785 Riverside Ave, Adrian, MI 49221 View