Becoming a Servant Bible Study (Digital)

Does it take several repetitions of "Pick up your toys" to get your kids to clean up? Or is there fighting all over your house because everyone wants their own way and no one wants to take turns? Maybe your kids will do chores when asked but don't take initiative if left unprompted. If any of those sound familiar to you, there may be a lack of servant-heartedness in your home!

Jesus calls us to put others above ourselves and to work hard with what we've been given. In our Becoming a Servant Bible study, we learn how selfish we really are as fallen humans. We look at Jesus' example of servant leadership, what spiritual gifts are, and how to use those gifts to serve others. We pray that after completing this Bible study on serving, you and your children will be motivated and empowered to use your gifts for God's glory and place the needs of others before your own!

Due to the extensive use of the "fun pack" stickers in the Pre-K Bible study, it is NOT available in digital format. We recommend you use the Primary level with this age group or purchase the softcover version.

Nothing will be mailed to you as this is a digital product. The Bible study fun pack does NOT come with the digital files. You can print off the file and staple it together. We like to use fun duct tape to secure the staples and keep them from poking.

If you'd like a softcover version instead of digital, please click here.

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
RaquelMendoza MENDOZA
Great study tool

I bought this one when UT came out and love it. I got all levels for my children as we have various ages. It came at the perfect time as we have been struggling with the kids serving with humble hearts. Highly recommend this study and all other NC products

Great to use with the whole family

This study has allowed our family to have great conversations about what it means to become a servant. I appreciate how the study explains these concepts in age appropriate ways.