Challenge 2020 Resources
Livestream Planning Guide
This guide is designed for youth leaders, but anyone planning to participate will find helpful information here.
Outreach Ideas and Tips
Consider maximizing the entire day on July 15 with your youth group—not just the livestream event. Serve your neighborhood or engage in prayer ministry where and however possible.
Print this notebook for your participants to follow along and take notes in during the livestream.
Find out who and what is in the livestream lineup.
Designing your own Challenge promotion? Check out these resources to help get you started.
Parent Conversation Guide
This guide is designed to give parents and guardians conversation starters based on the messages from Challenge 2020.
Continue to find rest in Jesus Christ through “Hear the Word,” a new podcast from EFCA ReachStudents, and accompanying reflection questions.
Bonus Teaching from Jeff Vanderstelt
Jeff recorded this bonus content to for your ministry as you continue discipling students in areas of restlessness. This content can be used in small group discussions, personal reflections or one-on-one time together.
In these three videos, Daniel Olson (Challenge Prayer Director) offers youth leaders and students practical steps to engage and develop in prayer.
Justice and Race Content
We know Challenge 2020 came at a unique time in history, especially in relation to current conversations around racism and injustice in America. We also know our students are participating in these conversations, and we don’t want to hold them at arm’s distance. It’s our hope that the resources below help youth leaders engage students with the kind of biblical wisdom and gospel application that transforms their hearts and impacts their community.