Is it THEIR faith or yours?
With 66% of young people walking away from today's churches, we know we've got to be incredibly intentional about helping our children build a solid foundation of faith. Developing a daily quiet time is one giant step on this journey.
But few people ever learn HOW to have a quiet time, much less why God wants us to. (Truth: I didn't learn until I was in my 30s!)
Don't let this happen to your child. We've made it super easy to help your child develop this crucial habit.
Developing a Quiet Time is a biblical study for kids that walks them through the process of learning to have a daily devotional time with God. During 4 weeks of study, they will learn what the Bible has to say about this topic, how a daily quiet time will affect their life, and a simple way to spend their time with God. At the end of this digital 66-page study, kids have guided practice as they learn to take the reins on their own. Written for ages 8 and up.
The junior age level is uniquely designed for ages 8-12. It is written for the child to do independently and then discuss with the family (discussion guide included).
There are 2-4 Scripture references to look up along with questions to answer. Some questions have lines to write and some have boxes so the child can choose to write or draw.
The youth age level is uniquely designed for ages 12+. Each day, teens have 4-8 verses to read, along with questions to answer. Our goal is to help them dig even deeper into God's Word and apply the truths to their lives in a practical way for the issues teens face.
Although this level is specifically targeted for teens, all three age levels tie together through daily central themes, discussion questions, and at least one verse each day. (Parent discussion guide included.)
I'm a BIG fan of regular discussions about Biblical topics. Most of our studies are written to be used by the whole family at various age levels. But this one is different. As mentioned above, this Bible study is written to help kids learn to have a quiet time. This is something you do ALONE of course! But that doesn't mean parents have no place.
Meet with your child regularly to discuss what they are learning in the study.
Discussion is the best way to help your kids read the Bible for themselves and develop the kind of PERSONAL faith they need as they grow older. When you have to repeat what you've learned, it creates deeper learning.
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