October 21, 2014

Wonderful Bible Study for Kids (for Adults, too!)

Last night as I was browsing the WTSBooks.com website (which I do almost daily!), I saw  a promotion for a unique set of children’s Bible study books, The Most Important Thing You’ll Ever Study: A Survey of the Bible written by Starr Meade.  I’ve heard great things about this kids Bible study, but I had never seen one in person.  To my delight they had several sample full study guides that can be downloaded as PDFs – Genesis, Psalms, Luke and Romans.  Wow!  These studies are amazing!

Most Important Thing You'll Ever Study: A Survey of the Bible by Starr Meade

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Be sure to check out this great children’s Bible study. Your kids need to be old enough to read on their own and do some simple comprehension questions  (especially for the Romans study).

Printable Bible Study Lessons:

Complete Bible Study for  Kids

I’ve already printed out the Bible study guide for the first chapter of Luke (3 pages) and made copies for each of my kids.  It’s wonderful to see them this morning with Bibles open, pens in their hands searching the scriptures.  We’re also reading one chapter of Proverbs every day.  So I’m having them pull out a single verse from their reading that stands out to them for some reason (a command to be obeyed, an example to be followed, etc.) and to write it in the margin of their study guide.  We’ll discuss the chapter in the evening and review to make sure everyone has the right answers.


Let me know what you think!  Be sure to leave comments below on how you’re using these wonderful resources.  I’m going to buy a set for each of my kids!  By the way, these can be purchased as a set of 4 or as individual volumes (which is nice if you have lots of kids!).

Also, be sure to check out this post with children’s Bible study and lesson books separated by age!

Testimonial

This has been an amazing children’s Bible study for my 4 kids. I’ve been looking for Bible lessons for kids for some time – and this beats nearly all of the Bible curriculum we’ve looked at for home school. Although there are lots of children’s Bible story books for younger kids, I’ve been really disappointed looking for material for older kids. My children are 16, 14, 13 and 12 – and they really like the format of the Bible study guides. It seems to be the right “mix” of comprehension, reading, etc. And what I like is that they really have to read the text – looking for the answers. My daughter likes it so much she wants to buy the entire children’s Bible study set (4 vol. and study guide) for herself! Let me know what you think. You can also check out these incredible children’s Bible studies on The Bible Workshop website. ~ BD