- 1. Personal activity in studying God’s word. <> 2. A regular study of God’s word that is carried on with someone who is not yet a dedicated, baptized Christian, or with someone who is newly such, but has not yet completed studying the material the
- (Bible Studies) Post and discuss short Bible studies.
- In Christianity, Bible study is the study of the Bible by ordinary people as a personal religious or spiritual practice. Some denominations may call this devotion or devotional acts; however in other denominations devotion has other meanings.
- (lesson) moral: the significance of a story or event; “the moral of the story is to love thy neighbor”
- A thing learned or to be learned by a student
- A thing learned by experience
- (lesson) a unit of instruction; “he took driving lessons”
- An amount of teaching given at one time; a period of learning or teaching
- (lesson) example: punishment intended as a warning to others; “they decided to make an example of him”
- the time of life between childhood and maturity
- The period between childhood and adult age
- The state or quality of being young, esp. as associated with vigor, freshness, or immaturity
- young person: a young person (especially a young man or boy)
- young: young people collectively; “rock music appeals to the young”; “youth everywhere rises in revolt”
- An early stage in the development of something
bible study lessons for youth – Everyday Object
Everyday Object Lessons for Youth Groups
You may not like it that students forgot your talk on temptation, but remembered your mouse-trap object lesson . . . . . . but the fact remains that nothing brings a lesson to life more vividly and concretely–or wakes up a drowsy Sunday school class faster–than a good object lesson. In Everyday Object Lessons for Youth Groups the authors (who are youth workers and teachers of youth workers) pool their most effective 45 object lessons into a collection that’s perfect for both junior and senior high youth groups. Here are no-prep and low-prep object lessons for devotionals, Sunday school lessons, talks at camps and retreats–even for sermons. Inside you’ll find object lessons about– Beauty (using a kiwi fruit) Regret (a mirror) Divine protection (sun block) Anger (Alka-Seltzer and 7-Up) The power of words (Popsicle sticks) Priorities (manure) Confession (hydrogen peroxide) Temptation (a mousetrap) The person of Jesus (keys) Conformity (Play-Doh) Endurance (bricks) –and 34 more quirky and attention-getting object lessons. Use them to open your lessons . . . to dramatize your talks . . . to close your Bible studies with a demonstration. However you use them, you have Bible references and provocative discussion-starting questions with each object lesson to help you take it in any direction you want. And with both a topical and a scriptural index, you can find the perfect object lesson fast.
Youth at Camp
American and Romanian youth at a church camp in the mountains.
We began our trip by traveling deep into the Carpathian mountains for a youth camp with our host church in Orastie. We had great times of worship and Bible studies, and our team taught the camp lessons on service and servanthood in the body of Christ. We also enjoyed some recreational sports including volleyball and soccer, which helped to break down some of the barriers between our different cultures. It was a great time to connect with our friends with whom we would be serving with during our two-week stay in their village.
Peacemaker or Ambassador
"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God." (Matthew 5:9)
Try to join two magnets of like poles (the magnets repel one another).
Insert paper clip as ambassador or peacemaker (the magnets are now joined).
Shown in photo
OIC Giant Translucent Paper Clip (jumbo size)
OXO Good Grips Magnetic Mini Clips
bible study lessons for youth
Do you want to teach solid Biblical truth to your kids without their eyes glazing over as soon as you say ‘open your Bibles’? Now you can, with Creative Bible Lessons on the Life of Christ. Veteran youth worker and Bible teacher Doug Fields has crafted 12 lively, ready-to-use lessons that actually make it fun to dig into Scripture. Fields utilizes creative learning techniques to spark your kids’ interest and keep them actively involved in each lesson, including: – Learning games . . . – Hilarious handouts – Art projects anyone can do . . . Challenging simulations – Thought-provoking worksheets . . . – Skits and role-plays These techniques are built into clear, easy-to-use lessons that keep your kids active as they absorb the Biblical truth of each lesson. Fields also provides you with a brief teaching outline in each lesson that you can present to bring the message home. Best of all, these lessons are so complete, they require very little preparation time. You’ll be able to build quality, creative Bible teaching into your busy schedule — with Creative Bible Lessons on the Life of Christ. 12 lessons.