If you knew your time on Earth was coming to an end, what would you want to say to the people in your life before you go? For Jesus, the days leading up to His death were filled with meaningful conversations with the people around Him. In this series, as we look at some of His last words, your teenager will discover what Jesus really wanted His followers—both then and now—to know.

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Week One

Luke 22:19-20

Remembering reminds us of what Jesus has done, is doing, and will continue to do.

Week Two

John 17:20-23

Unity begins with you.

Week Three

Luke 22:39-44

Consistently be real with God about how you feel.

Week Four

John 19:30b, Mark 15:28-37,

1 John 2:2, Luke 24:6-7

Because of Jesus, we can be close to God.

Week Five

Matthew 26:33-35a, John 21:15-17

God's grace is unfairly good.


"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."

John 3:16




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Morning Time

As your teen starts their day, ask: “Where have you seen God lately?”


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Meal Time

At a meal this week, have everyone answer this question: “What is one thing that Jesus has done in your life, or for people in general?”



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Their Time

If you find yourself having a strong reaction to some things your teen is saying, do not unleash your emotion. Instead, to preserve future conversation opportunities, tell them “I’ll have to think about that. Can I get back with you?” It will allow you to cool down and address what is most important.


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Bed Time

Pray that both you and your teen will never become complacent or indifferent to all that Jesus has done for us—and continues to do for us.

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