The Old Testament: Junior High Group Study
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Young Teens Meet Pivotal Old Testament People and Learn How They Can Be Heroes, Too!
Through the Old Testament, we find out why God made us and the world. But many youth leaders aren't sure how to introduce these stories to their junior high students. The Old Testament, an Uncommon Group Study, begins with the story of Adam and Eve and helps leaders introduce young teens to our common history and purpose. They'll examine how God created the world, how the first family was established and how sin entered the world.
As they journey forward in time, they'll learn about worship's beginnings in the era of Noah and about the adventure of faith begin with Abraham and many other biblical figures: Joseph, Moses, Samuel, David, Josiah, Daniel and Esther.
Order the printed edition and you'll get:
- 6" x 9" printed book shipped from our distribution center
Bonus Content: With your purchase of the printed edition, you will receive a download link for additional reproducible student handouts and options that are specially tailored for every session. These additional resources complement the group study book.
Order the digital download edition and you'll get:
The entire book in PDF format making it easy to use on any digital device
All of the reproducible student handouts and options that are specially tailored for every session (Same as “Bonus Content” above)
Note about digital licensing: The digital edition of the book is licensed to you for use by one teacher or student and is not reproducible. If you have more than one teacher or student who needs this book, then please order the number of copies needed for your class. What is reproducible are the files in the folder marked “Student Handouts.”