2016 | Your Faith. Your Commitment. God's Call.
Confirm is an easy-to-follow and fully customizable confirmation program that can be used virtually any church setting and with a wide variety of schedules. You have the option to schedule your lesson choices and the tools to organize your own confirmation program over the course of a school year, a 3-year span, or in any other way that meets your needs without having to purchase additional customizable content.
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Your Faith. Your Commitment. God's Call.
An introduction to confirmation and the importance of community.
Lesson 3's video looks at who Jesus loved and how we are called to love people in the way Jesus loved them.
Lesson 4's video looks at what it means to be created in God's image and what it means to belong to God.
An introduction to the importance of history and tradition to our faith.
Lesson 6. An overview of church history from Jesus to the reformation.
Lesson 8. An overview of the life of John Wesley and the beginning of the Methodist movement.
An introduction to church and the different gifts found within the church.
Lesson 13's video about the United Methodist Hymnal includes stories about songs like Amazing Grace and It Is Well With My Soul.
The video for Lesson 16 explains the Social Principles of the United Methodist Church.
An introduction to what it means to believe and have faith.
Lesson 19. An overview of the Wesleyan Quadrilateral and how to use it.
Lesson 23's video tells the story of Job and how Job questioned God.
An introduction to what it means when we talk about theology and how theology speaks to our faith.
Lesson 27's video explores the ideas of sin, grace, and what it means to be holy.
Lesson 31's video discusses what the Bible says about heaven, hell, and the new heavens and the new earth.
An introduction to what it means to put our faith into practice.
Lesson 34's video covers what it means to be confirmed.
Lesson 37 is about spiritual gifts and how to put those gifts to work in the church.