Junior High: Active Bible Studies - 20 Experience Driven Bible Studies For Junior Highers
Do you ever get tired of that comatose-like state your junior highers slip into as soon as you start your lesson time? We thought so, which is why we created these Active Bible Studies. Each lesson is based on a...
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Do you ever get tired of that comatose-like state your junior highers slip into as soon as you start your lesson time? We thought so, which is why we created these Active Bible Studies. Each lesson is based on a teachable passage, features clear lesson plans, fun activities that tie in to each lesson, discussion questions and more. It is truly a turnkey resource for when you need to include a Bible study for small groups, camp, meetings, retreats, or whatever else you program demands. And each lesson is specifically designed to help junior highers apply God's word to everyday life. Topics include:
Armor of God
Experiencing Time with God
Get Below the Surface
God's View vs. the World's View [Girls Only]
Local & Global Missions
A Letter to the Philippians
Shhhhh! The Power of Actions Over Words
Once Upon a Parable
A Not-So-Random Act of Kindness
Praying for One Another
The Last Days of Jesus
Power Up [Geared for Guys]
God's View vs. the World's View [Guys Only]
Becoming God's Girl
Spend It. Save It. Give It Back.
Each lesson is editable and customizable, so you can use it "as is" or tear it apart and build your own monster from it! On the CD-ROM you'll find:
Leader guides and student handouts
Promotional ecard, postcard, poster, and desktop background
Editable letter from youth worker & editable postcard
T-shirt and sticker designs
KATIE EDWARDS has developed exhibits for the Natural History Museum in London for 12 years. She lives in London, England.
Johnston has been involved in junior high ministry since 1988 and currently is the junior high pastor at Saddleback Church in southern California. He is also the founder of simplyjuniorhigh.com, a resource company committed to encouraging junior high youth workers.