Making Peace Bible Study


Making Peace Bible Study

In a world where everyone has different opinions and values, conflict is inevitable. And anyone with kids knows that conflict is a guarantee in their house. It's impossible for us to hide from conflict in our everyday lives, so what should we do about it?

Making Peace is a 20-day Bible study designed for kids and families to teach biblical conflict resolution and understand the value and importance of being a peacemaker. Whether it's siblings bickering, petty fights between friends, or someone being unkind to your child, this study will give your kids the ability to:

  • Look at Scripture to learn how to handle conflict.
  • Let go of bitterness and anger.
  • Be shown the value and importance of being a peacemaker.
  • Pursue godly resolution and reconciliation!

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This study is part of our Relationship Series, designed to teach your kids Biblical principles for developing and strengthening Christian relationships. Learn more HERE.


This Bible study is available in 5 age levels and is meant to be done individually, then discussed together as a family. Each lesson has a consistent key truth, key Scripture, and central theme, no matter what age level your kids are working in. (More on our Family Bible Study Model HERE

Each study also comes with an age-appropriate fun pack that includes challenge cards, stickers, and a bookmark.

making peace Pre-k bible study

Pre-K (ages 2-4)

  • Written for Mom or Dad to read aloud
  • One key Scripture reference to read per lesson
  • Children color, trace, draw lines, or place stickers to complete an activity based on the theme of the lesson
  • Written in short, catchy rhymes that children can easily understand
  • Designed as a companion to the sibling and parent levels, not as a stand-alone study.
making peace primary bible study

Primary Level (ages 5–7)

  • Written in paragraph form for Mom or Dad to read aloud
  • One to two Scripture passages to read per lesson
  • Children draw in response to questions
  • Written in language young children can easily understand
  • Includes challenge cards that encourage personal application 
make peace kids bible study

Junior Level (ages 8–12)

  • Children work independently, then discuss with the family
  • Children have lines and boxes to write or draw responses
  • Two to three Scripture passages to read per lesson
  • Written with a focus on issues school-aged kids face
  • Includes challenge cards that encourage personal application 
bible study youth conflict resolution

Youth Level (ages 13+)

  • Teens work independently, then discuss with the family
  • Teens have lines to write their responses with a focus on application and apologetics
  • Three to five Scripture passages to read per lesson
  • Written with a focus on issues teens face
  • Includes challenge cards that encourage personal application 
Making Peace Parent Bible Study

Parent Guide

  • Parents work independently, then discuss with the family
  • Parents have lines to write their responses with a focus on application and apologetics
  • Three to five Scripture passages to read per lesson
  • Written with parent tips to guide family discussion
  • Includes challenge cards that encourage personal application 


My Golden Ship Audio Drama CD

My Golden Ship Audio Drama

We all know the gnawing feeling that rears its ugly head as envy. Christians are not exempt, as we see in the case of Charlie, who says, “But don't it seem hard that some folks should have everything, and the other folks nothin’?” Soon Charlie realizes that envy escalates to bitterness, and that his idea of what it's like to have everything is far from the truth.



There is no scripture written out in our studies, only references. When it comes to growing faith, it's crucial that kids look up passages in the Bible for themselves and our studies are written to help them do that!

We study and write using ESV, as well as a variety of translations. Special attention has been given to make sure kids can answer questions regardless of the translation they are using.

We believe that the Bible is the absolute authority in matters of faith and practice. It's 100% true, with no exceptions or figurative sections. We believe in the verbal, plenary inspiration of Scripture; in one God eternally existing in three Persons; in the creation of all things, including man, as the direct act of God; in eternally secure salvation by grace through faith in the shed blood of the Lord Jesus Christ; in the incarnation and virgin birth of Christ, and in His bodily resurrection; in the personal, bodily, premillennial return of the Lord Jesus Christ and His millennial reign on earth. Read more here.

This is by far the most common question we get around here. Please check out this video. I'll show you the differences between the levels and walk you through how to use them as a family!

You should purchase one copy per child. This will enable children to write in the book, as it is designed to record their drawings and responses to the Word.

Each Bible study is a slightly different length, ranging from 20 lessons to 28 lessons. We suggest doing one lesson a day. Most kids find that it takes about 15 minutes a day. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 35 reviews
Emily Curtis
Best Thing Our Family Has Done

This has been a game changer for my kids and me. Our household had become chaotic and making in kindness & love. I had gotten in a habit of yelling when I was overwhelmed and my kids were consistently fighting and having bad attitudes.
This has given us all the TOOLS that I didn’t even realize we were lacking. It’s helped us (me included) realize when I am avoiding, escaping or attacking during conflict and given us practical and biblical tools for making peace. Our home is so much more joyful and peaceful. I have realized that this change had to start with me as the parent. So so thankful for this study.

Heidi Chou
Really Need This

If your kids have siblings, this study really helps!

Rebekah Nafziger
Becoming skillful at conflict resolution!!

Doing this Bible study together with my 3 olders and 3 littles, I learn/am refreshed a ton too! I am always impressed with these Bible studies and love how they are leveled appropriately to each age group. I got the PreK for my 3 littles (ages 8--special needs, 7, 5) and got myself the Primary (just one copy) to read to them for more in-depth study. I do the Parent Guide alongside my olders in the morning and we discuss together. There is always ample opportunity to practice conflict resolution/peacemaking in our household!

Susan Bailey
Great devotional

My daughter enjoys using these devotional books. This is a great topic. I love the variety of themes to choose from.

Sarah Gamlieli
Blessed Are The Peacemakers

After finishing My Brother’s Keeper and Navigating Friendships, this was a great study to plug in to. I love seeing the fruit in my children after just a few days.


Love it

Kimberly Rogers
Practical and Helpful for the whole familly

Although we already did the Brother's Keeper study and really enjoy it, this making peace study seems to be making a bigger tangible impact. Maybe layering it on top of/after the brother's keeper is helping by boys apply these ideas more the second time. The two studies are distinct and both beautiful but I love how this one is helping the boys think through what it looks like to live like a peace maker. We say a lot now that Conflict Will Happen, but how we respond to the conflict is the key.

Handling Conflict Biblically

We learned so much from doing this Bible study as a family! We learned how God wants us to view conflict and how to handle it in a healthy and Biblical way. This Bible study even helped our teens resolve some conflict they had been having with their cousins for years! Highly recommend!