Hi and Welcome! I have taught Women's Bible studies as well as teen devotionals at my church.
I write Bible studies in a format using the question and answer style of learning. Unscrambling words, yes or no questions, multiple choice, and fill in the blanks are examples of the types of learning techniques included in these Bible studies. Your students will learn about Jesus as well as learning about the books of the Bible. They will get to "meet" Adam and Eve, Joseph, Ruth, Esther and more! They will learn about some of the events in the Bible such as the creation, the fall of man, the flood and so much more! Even though I have read the Bible through, I am seeing things I have never seen before. The Bible is the most wonderful and amazing book your students could ever read!
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I graduated from Covington Theological Seminary with a Doctor of Theology degree.
God never changes and neither does His Word! As a student of God's Word, one thing I have found is the trials and tribulations of the lives of the people of the Bible are very representative of the challenges we face in our daily lives today. For example, in Genesis, when God created Adam and Eve. Did you know we are descendants from them? We all have sinned. When Cain murdered Abel. What about the murders today? The expansion of promiscuity in Sodom and Gomorrah. What about the promiscuity in the world today? The jealously of Joseph’s brothers. What about the jealousy in our families today? and so forth. Christians, whether young or old, can gain knowledge, understanding and guidance from reading the Bible and as a result applying God's Word to their lives. "Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path" Psalm 119:105.