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My 16yo ds is expressing interested in learning how to really “study” his Bible. Can anyone recommend any Bible study tools to get him headed in that direction. Thanks!
Have you looked at Sonya’s Life in the Word book? What I love about that book is that it shows the student how to do several methods of Bible study (i.e., word study, book study, character study, inductive study, etc.) through hands-on practice. That builds skills for life-long self study of any part of the Bible.
Ive noticed several SCM Bible resources suggested for highschool in the modules. How many of you use all of them. Do some of you have them only use one? Is only one, which us your favorite and why?
I love Precept studies! It is inductive Bible study – really learning how to dig in and study the Bible. Our church offers several studies for women on Wed. mornings, and the children do the corresponding studies appropriate for them. High school is a great time to learn the methods Precept teaches. If you can find a Precept class in your area, all the better!
Go to precept.org and click on “Getting Started”. If you scroll down to the 40-min. studies there are some good studies for teens that gently ease you into inductive study. It is not as in depth as other Precept studies, but it would give your DS a taste of what inductive study is like. Ooo, I also found this that is geared for homeschool:
Still curious about the SCM Bible study resources and which those of you with high school aged kids use.
Thanks a bunch! How could I have missed Life in the Word? This looks perfect. Also, I’ll check out Precept studies. Blessings!
Any GOAL users? What about the other SCM Bible study resources?
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Ambleside Online, a Charlotte Mason curriculum, has the following site listed for Bible study:
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