Uncovering Mercies at the Manger (Digital Site License)
Christmas is a time for celebration, but do you know WHY? Come search out the why behind Christmas joy and hope in our Christmas Bible study that uncovers the mercies of God leading up to and at the manger.
In this study, you will get a front-row seat as the BEST story ever is unfolded one precious truth at a time. Search out the mystery of the gospel and understand how each piece of Jesus' story fits together to show God's breathtaking and merciful plan.
This 25-day Bible study is a beautiful and purposeful way to lead up to Christmas day. As you work through each lesson, marvel at the goodness of God in sending His Son to be the perfect gift to this lost and hurting world.
Are you teaching a class or group? Our Bible studies and products are designed for single-family use only. However, we do offer this site license for homeschool groups, churches, and any other classes with multiple families.
This license gives you a DIGITAL copy of the product and the rights to print it as needed for your group of up to 25 members. If you have more families in your group, please contact us so we can help with a solution that meets your needs.
If you'd like a softcover version instead of digital, please click here.
This Bible study is available in 3 age levels to fit the needs of your specific class or group. Each lesson has a consistent key truth, key Scripture, and central theme no matter what age level the kids are working in.
Primary Level (ages 4–7)
Written in paragraph form for teacher/parent to read aloud
One to two verses to read per lesson
Children draw in response to questions
Written in language young children can easily understand
Junior Level (ages 8–12)
Children work independently then discuss with the group
Children have lines and boxes to write or draw responses
Two to four verses to read per lesson
Written with a focus on issues school-aged kids face
Youth Level (ages 13+)
Teens work independently then discuss with the group
Teens have lines to write their responses with a focus on application and apologetics
Four to eight verses to read per lesson
Written with a focus on issues teens face
What version of the Bible do you use?
I study and write using the KJV and ESV Bibles. However, my studies are written with the intent that children and families will look up Scripture in the Bible of their choice, with specific attention taken to ensure questions can be answered from a variety of translations. So you should be able to use whatever version your family prefers. It's my passion to see kids opening the Bible themselves, so we've been very intentional about this.
What do you believe?
I believe that the Bible is the absolute authority in matters of faith and practice. It's 100% true, with no exceptions or figurative sections. I 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.
What age level should I buy?
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!
How many copies should I buy?
If you are buying digital, you only need one copy of each age level you will be using. If you plan to share with people outside of your home (like a group, co-op, church, etc.), you will need a site license to do so. Those can be found on each product's page.
If you are buying softcover, 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. Please check out this video for more explanation on why this is so important!
How long are your studies?
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.