In going through this “Bible Overview” series, I wanted to make a Bible study where the kids did some of the foot work, not just…
Category: Bible Studies
As a group, read Genesis chapter 4:1-16 Discuss: Why do you think Cain killed Abel? Jealousy? Venting his anger at God? Let’s try to figure…
Begin by reading through Genesis Chapter 3 Hand out a printout of chapter 4 to each person. (You can find one here.) Have each person…
This is the first in a series of Bible studies that gives a brief chronological overview of the entire Bible – from Creation to the imminent return of Christ.
Break everyone into three groups and give them the instructions as listed below:
Read Genesis 1:1-8 and discuss the following questions:
- Verse 3 says that God created light on the first day, but later we read in verses 14-16 that God created the sun, moon, and stars on the fourth day. What, then, was the “light” that He created on day 1?
- When God separated the light from the dark, calling the light “day” and the dark “night” – thus making up one day, was this the first rotation of the earth or is it talking about something else?
- What water is God separating in verses 6-8? Where is the water above the sky?
The topics of money and laziness should apply to just about every youth you’ll ever meet. This study on Proverbs six deals with both of those issues and more. There is a lot of stuff in this chapter, so you may want to divide this study into two and take a little more time on each topic. Either way here is a brief overview of this jam-packed chapter of Proverbs.
This is a study that looks at Proverbs 5 to see why we so often give into temptation and how we should deal with temptation. It could be done as a small group Bible study or as a devotional for a larger group.