Untouchables (download)
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By Doug Fields

Four weeks of youth ministry programming in one download!
With the Untouchables Super-Series you get everything you need to put together an entire four-week student-message series. You get the audio (mp3s) for each message plus Doug'’s commentary on the series. Also, you'll get all of the programming and promotional elements for the series that were used in the student ministry at Saddleback Church. This includes everything from PowerPoint games to promotional graphics.

This powerful and life-changing teaching series is now available as one of our popular Super-Series. Untouchables is a four-week series that tackles the tough topics of homosexuality, death, disability, and prejudice. Untouchables answers the questions students are asking, raises the bar for authenticity and provides a model for empowering volunteer leadership to express their teaching gifts and life experiences. Your ministry may never be the same.

Week 1: Homosexuality
Week 2: Death
Week 3: Disability
Week 4: Prejudice

This is a downloadable file (ZIP).
Approximate Size: 233 MB. Download time will vary.

Note: Downloadable products are non-returnable: all sales for these items are final.
mp3s of each message
Transcripts and outlines of each message
Outlines in PowerPoint with additional backgrounds
Promotional ecard, postcard, poster, and desktop background
4 PowerPoint Trivia Games
Audio commentary on the series by Doug Fields

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By Joe Thompson
Mechanicsville, VA
December 10, 2015
"We finished up the Untouchables SYM series with homosexuality. I had several students come to me afterwards and thank me for addressing this subject and doing it in a way that was, in their words, .so respectful.. Living in this area (just outside of Richmond, VA) I think many young people who struggle with sexuality in general find a lot of rejection. I know there are several of our students who have friends that are homosexuals and they see how they are treated. So, I just wanted to say thanks"