Bible Study for Grades 7-12

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  • Susehatch

    Two questions:

    1) In what order should the four Bible Studies for grades 7-12 (i.e., Discovering Doctrine, Romans, Proverbs, and Jashub’s) be done?

    2) If you could only choose one of them for a non-believing teen overtaken by the secular cultural of today’s public schools, which one would it be?


    Tamara Bell

    You can utilize any of our Bible Studies in any order.  Jashub’s Journal may not be ideal for a student who is currently struggling in rebellion to God.  It focuses on Old Testament Laws and why the benefit of the law.  It is, however, one of the more gentle (in terms of required mental effort and work) Bible studies we offer.

    Wisdom for Life is a wonderful tool to use when going through Proverbs.  Each student will read through Proverbs 8 times, 1 time each month, reading only 1 chapter a day.  Each month he reads Proverbs with a focus on one of 8 important life-related topics.   Through the repetitive reading, students will see how God desires his children to live and how to handle various subjects in life.

    I encourage you to take a look at the samples of Foundations in Romans, Life in the Word, Growth in the Word, and Strong in the Word.  All 4 of these studies are wonderful studies that I, as a parent, am working through myself.  These studies take Bible Study to a new level by introducing different methods for studying the Bible.  These various studies include 1 or more of the following study methods:


    Book Study

    Character Study

    Marking the Text

    Word Study

    Praying through Scripture

    Narrative Study

    GOAL Study (promises, commands, sins, and principles)

    Doctrine Study

    Compare and Contrast Study


    These studies will require the aid of various tools (Bible Reference tools and a concordance).


    Thanks for this information.

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