This trusted curriculum has been refreshed, while keeping everything you
love about the resource. Bible Lessons for Youth is a curriculum that
helps teens apply the Bible to their real-life. Its teacher-friendly
format is built around a step-by-step sequence with thought-provoking
activities designed to help youth understand Scripture and apply it to
their individual experiences.
Each session is broken up into small segments that are designed to make teaching Bible Lessons for Youth easy. The student book is reproduced as the center piece of each session in the leader guide and is surrounded by the minute-by-minute teaching plans printed in the margin. The instructions are provided for student book activities, discussion questions, illustrative games and short drama skits. Complete Scripture texts are printed in all books. (No need to pause while everyone hunts for the appropriate verse.) At any time during the quarter you can refer back to the convenient Overview section found at the front of the guide. Each unit also focuses on a particular spiritual discipline to deepen the faith journey of your students and further information on each can be found on the Spiritual Disciplines page in the leader guide.
Each lesson is divided into five activities. ENGAGE invites students into the lesson, SCRIPTURE focuses on the Bible passage for the week, FOCUS encourages teens to reflect on the passage, and CONNECT inspires students to deepen their understanding of the Scripture's meaning. Finally, each lesson ends with PRACTICE, where students utilize a spiritual discipline to apply the lesson to their lives.
Taken from the passage printed in the student book, this verse can be used to emphasize Scripture memorization in your class.
This is the basic point of the lesson and is summed up in a short sentence. It’s the big idea you want your teens to grasp from each week’s session.
For easy access, the Scripture passage your class or group will explore is taken from the Common English Bible. Each lesson contains an optional activity focused on the Wesleyan tradition.
|Pub. Date||July, 2020|