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Youth Bible Studies and Resources

This page will provide teachers and students with materials to use in a group or as an individual in studying the key concepts of the scriptures. As this is a learning experience for teacher and student our resources are geared to providing questions for discussion or as the basis for games, craft activities, bulletin boards, or projects. You are only limited by your imagination. Please let us know how you have used the youth bible studies and teacher prompts in your family, church, or individual studies.

Fall Festival Studies — Feast of Tabernacles 2011

Passover Studies

Pentecost Studies

May 11th, 2012

Pentecost: Youth Study

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Pentecost/Shavuot/Feast of Weeks
Pentecost is observed in late spring, 50 days after the cutting of the wave sheaf in the middle of the Passover season. It is full of meaning for the Christian and is observed yearly both as a commemoration of the giving of the law/covenant at Mt. Sinai, and the coming of the Holy Spirit after Christ’s death and resurrection. This lesson offers a cloze activity with the related scriptures to help young people rehearse what they already know or search out answers that are new to them.
Pentecost_youth cloze Pdf

March 27th, 2012

Passover: Question and Answer

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A short reader’s theatre script to engage all participants (young and old) in a retelling of “Why this night is different from all other nights” It would be a great dinner activity for Passover (NTBMO) and highlights the key events that this Holy time memorializes. We have used it successfully with church groups or family gatherings.

passover_question-answer_2012

March 20th, 2012

Exodus: The Ten Plagues and Passover

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The Exodus, God’s deliverance of his people from slavery and His dramatic destruction of the Egyptian nation and their gods through a series of ten plagues is the focus of this script. This could be presented as a play or read as a reader’s theatre for Passover (The Night to Be Much Observed).

March 20th, 2012

Passover Apocrypha

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A fanciful retelling of the Passover Exodus story from the point of view of 15 Israelites who are about to enter the Promised Land and conquer Jericho. Each reader reminisces about stories they heard or experienced as youth leaving Egypt forty years earlier. This script works well as reader’s theatre or could be acted out as a play.

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  • March 18th, 2012

    Walking to Freedom: Exodus Story Banner

    Comments Off on Walking to Freedom: Exodus Story Banner, Filed in Youth, by CGP.

    This is a fun and memorable Passover activity for family or youth group.
    With simple materials and a lot of imagination you can recreate the excitement, the relief, and the concerns that were experienced by the people of Israel as they left their homes and lives of slavery in Egypt to journey into the unknown and desolate land beyond the river Nile.

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