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Discovery: Basic Belief Studies for Free Methodists (High School)


Catechism Material – Sr High Student/Teacher

The Discovery program for high school students follows the same lesson plan as the We Believe program but challenges participants to more deeply consider their commitment to Christian life. Thought-provoking questions throughout each lesson encourage personal reflection and group discussion. Lesson topics include an introduction to the Trinity, God’s plan for our world, the Church and its activities, the nature of discipleship, and more.


Softcover (81 pages)


Light and Life Publishing (January 1, 1999)




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