Engaging and informative Bible studies and lessons help children, preteens, and teens lay a solid Christian foundation, grow spiritually, and build a strong faith in God—a faith that is their own. Lessons encourage Bible study for teens using videos, worksheets, printable text, and the Bible. Students of all ages can meet Bible heroes, learn about character traits, and answer the hard questions of life while they grow closer to the Lord.
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Spotlight on Bible Study for Kids and Teens
On SchoolhouseTeachers.com, we offer dozens of Bible courses and resources for you and your family. From animated Bible cartoons for the little ones to resources to help your teen build a strong foundation, address cultural issues, or prepare for the ministry, we have something for all ages.
Are you looking for Bible studies for kids? Take a look at the downloadable study guides that come with the stories in Bible Adventures or explore the videos and worksheets in Bible Stories for Kids. Or let the kids enjoy fun stories from Carlos Caterpillar, Donkey Ollie, the Bedbug Bible Gang, and more!
Do you need Bible studies for your preteens and middle schoolers? Try A Different Kind of Bible Study and learn from the animals of Proverbs 30 and Bible Study for Preteens that features men and women of the Bible.
If you’re looking for Bible studies for your teens, there are many options to choose from. There are studies that explore the core beliefs of the Christian faith such as Basics of the Christian Faith and Christian Discipleship. There are courses such as Foundations for Teens that are created specifically to help teens address topics such as apologetics, purpose, prayer, identity, courage, who God is, and the reliability of the Bible. Other courses dive deep into apologetics and the debate between Creation and evolution. Still other courses work through books of the Bible, examine cultural issues, and discuss how to live a life with purpose and meaning.
Students interested in pursuing the ministry can find courses such as So You Want to Be a Pastor, Introduction to Theology, Study of Original Sin, and Reading Religious Affections.
Whether you’re looking for video-based Bible studies or downloadable Bible curriculum, you’ll find Biblically-based teaching and resources to help your entire family learn and grow together.