Work Unto the Lord Bible Study for Kids

Does teaching responsibility and good work habits seem impossible to you?

We all want to have responsible kids, but sometimes it can be easier to do things ourselves than to require diligence from them. But easy can come at a cost. When we don't help our kids see the value of hard work, we aren't equipping them for the life God has for them!

In this Bible study, Work Unto the Lord, we will learn where the idea of work comes from, how God has uniquely designed us for the work He has given us, and how we can develop good work habits that help us fulfill God's calling in our lives.

Work is a gift from God! Are you ready to learn how you can see it that way too? 

Customer Reviews

Based on 56 reviews
Jessica Grove
Wonderful Study for BOTH of Us!

I've been working through this study with my 11 year old daughter. We do the study independently, but we find time to talk about it later. It's been very good for BOTH of us! I've recommended all of Not Consumed's studies all over social media. We are homeschoolers in a large community of homeschoolers, and I believe they'd be a valuable asset to all families. I can't wait to place our next order! Thank you so much! And, PLEASE, keep producing these wonderful Bible studies.


I spent the last month doing this topic study with my 5 yr old and 8 yr old for our Bible class, they are homeschooled. It was sooo fitting to start our school year off with this study! We learned so much together and I have references points many times since! Thank you!

Worth it!

We loved this Bible Study! It was very well done, no cheesy, and I definitely felt the Holy Spirit had guided the making bc the flow of content was just right!

Helpful study!

This was a great study to do with my oldest daughter (11) as she has been learning the best way to view work. The Lord used this study to help her (and me, let's be real!) see that work is a gift and can be enjoyed, rather than the typical drudgery. I am grateful to be able to have this study and the Biblical wisdom to pull from when we have conversations regarding work.

Awesome Study

I’m using this in my Sabbath School class with 5-8 year olds. I’m hoping to help the kids become deeper thinkers, more knowledgeable in looking things up in their Bibles, and just be a more interactive class. So far the kids seem very receptive. I love the quality of the printed books and the extras that come with them! I will only be buying the printed versions from here on out! The parent edition is a nice add also. It helps me fill in more information with the kids and develop a deeper conversation.

Very pleased

I recently discovered Not Consumed and have purchased 5 total studies for my family of 5. We love doing these in the evening together. My sons are 8 and I struggled with getting them the primary or junior books. Ultimately I decided to get them the primary and give them the choice to write sentences or draw pictures. My daughter is 6 so I like having them work on the same types of books. I plan on coming back to this study again in a year or two, and I’ll buy them the older books next time.

Love it!

My kids and I love these programs! My kids range from 8-14 in age. Thank you for working so hard to help our families have some spiritual enlightenment in their lives!

Christina Miller
Good for kids and parents

I am looking forward to doing this study myself with my child. Even I struggle with working hard doing what needs to be done when I’d rather be doing something else.

Sarah H.
GREAT study!

We are utilizing the junior level study with our 9 & 10 yr old boys this summer and it has been an excellent resource! The study covers the topic of 'work' well from many different facets of scripture. The gospel undergirds the study and uses grace as a motivator for working unto His glory rather than a works-based vantage point of 'do better, try harder.' I appreciate that she has the kids looking up a variety of different verses to cross-reference the main point of that day's study. It is just the right amount for my boys to do on their own in the morning and then we can discuss as a family after dinner.