Must-Reads for Teaching the Bible to Teenagers

Must-Reads for Teaching the Bible to Teenagers

Must-Reads for Teaching the Bible to Teenagers

Teaching the Bible to teenagers is a challenging task that requires both knowledge of the Bible and an understanding of the unique needs and interests of young people. Fortunately, there are many great books out there that can help you develop the skills you need to effectively teach the Bible to teenagers. Whether you are a youth pastor, a teacher, or a parent, these books can provide valuable insights and practical tips to help you engage and inspire the next generation. In this article, we will highlight some of the best must-read resources for teaching the Bible to teenagers.

Seven Arrows

by Matt Rogers and Donny Mathis

Polished sermons and prepared Bible studies can inadvertently cause average Christians to feel inadequate and ill-equipped to study the Scriptures themselves. It often seems like trained church leaders have a secret skill that can leave the rest of us wondering “How do they do that?” The result is an ever-increasing level of biblical illiteracy in most churches and an over-dependence on preachers and sermons.Seven Arrows is written to aid all of God’s people in the task of reading, understanding, and applying God’s Word. Using seven simple arrows Rogers and Mathis provide a clear, orderly, and memorable guide for studying any passage of Scripture. New Christians, maturing believers, disciple-makers, and pastors will find in this book a practical tool to produce biblically-saturated lives and churches.

7 Best Practices for Teaching Teenagers the Bible

by YM360

The 7 Best Practices for Teaching Teenagers the Bible is a resource for youth workers that teaches seven meaningful practices they can use to help teach the Bible in a transformative and dynamic way.

How to Teach Your Teen to Study the Bible

article by Jen Wilkin with The Gospel Coalition

Teaching your teen to read and understand the Bible is crucial for their spiritual growth, but it can be hard to know where to start. Many parents feel overwhelmed by the range of devotionals and Bible studies available, but the truth is that you don’t need any special resources to get started. In fact, simply reading the Bible together and using some basic study methods can be more effective than any teen-targeted material. This article outlines a simple approach to Bible study that you can adapt to your teen’s age and schedule, and which will help them develop good habits of interacting with the Bible.

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