It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts

It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
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It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
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It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
It's A Biblical Life - Thoughts
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"The lesson was really good and for me who suffers from extreme anxiety and worry I actually benefited from it and enjoyed it." -mom of six

"High school students could benefit from it due to the fact that their lives will be changing as they come to an end of their school years and might be met with worry and doubt. Turning to God with their worries and knowing how to correctly do it I’m sure would help them." -JT

The curriculum is set up in the following manner. Every five weeks is a theme. If there are four weeks in the month, then use the last week’s verse and activities as a bonus. You could also pick the verses that you prefer for the topic and utilize those four verses and activities.

Components

  1. Theme: Monthly topic overview that will last five weeks. Each week will have its own verse on that theme.
  2. Weekly Bible Verse: Weekly memory verse for the student to memorize, study, and apply to their life through the use of the curriculum.
  3. Video: I expound on the Bible verse via a YouTube video that I provide a link for within the text.
  4. Q & A: Students answer questions that illicit deep, Christian, critical-thinking skills and then discuss these questions/answers with their teacher on the following day. There is no answer key as these are personal to the student and teacher.

Weekly Flow for Bible Curriculum:

· Day 1 – Introduce the verse, have the student look it up in their Bible, highlight it with a bible highlighter/glider, and complete copy work for the verse. I recommend writing it three times. Read the devotion together.

· Day 2 – Watch the video on the verse, take notes, and discuss it. This is a video that is less than 10 minutes.

· Day 3 – Answer the questions that are given in a written format. The questions will be used for Day 4’s discussion.

· Day 4 – Discuss answers to the questions from yesterday. Write the verse three more times.

· Day 5 – Recite memory verse and explain the significance of the verse. Ultimately, answer the question, “How is this verse significant for a Christian’s life?”

Each day’s work can be completed and written in the journal or binder. Do you see how the printing would not be necessary? You can show them the assignment on the screen, phone, tablet, etc. The only things you have to ensure would be that you direct the student as to how you want the copy work completed. You can have the student print the verse, write it in cursive, do both or type it. The student can utilize their journal to write in double spaces or single spaces. You would then direct the student as to how long you want their answers to be in their journal.

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30 pages
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N/A
Teaching Duration
2 months
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