Do Right Bible Study (Digital)

Do Right

Why is it so hard to do the right thing?

From interacting with siblings to resisting peer pressure, kids today are faced with all kinds of choices and the question seems fair. It is hard to do the right thing. As parents, it's our job to equip our kids with a foundation of biblical reasons to make the right choice and the motivation to stand strong against temptation.

This digital 43-page study will equip your kids for the battle by giving them the tools they need to fight the good fight both today and for the rest of their lives. Start making wise choices today!

 

Do Right is a 4 week Bible study on the subject of making wise choices in the face of temptation. We will explore people in the Bible who taught us a lot through their mistakes and dig deep into those who were excellent examples. We will put on the whole armor of God, learn who the real enemies are and equip ourselves to make the right choices no matter what!

Junior Level Ages 8-12

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.

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.

junior Do right

Youth Level Ages 12+

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, both age levels tie together through daily central themes, similar discussion questions, and Bible passages.

Youth Do Right

How to Use as a family

When using as a family, each child should get his/her own copy on their age level. We recommend having kids ages 8 and up work alone while you work with younger kids. Strong readers should begin working on their own as soon as they are able, but I wouldn't recommend doing this before at least age 8.

Once each child has completed his/her lesson for the day, meet together as a family to discuss what you've learned. (Think good old fashioned Bible study style!)

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. Plus, when you do a Bible study as a whole group, kids tend to lean on each other instead of applying the knowledge themselves!

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