Theology for Kids


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Pastors, teachers, and Bible scholars use lots of big words to describe God, the things the Bible teaches, and what Christians believe (sometimes called “Christian doctrine”). The study of God and the Bible is called “theology.”

In our Theology for Kids series, we look at what these big words mean. You don’t have to wait until you are a teenager or an adult to begin studying what Christians (Christ-followers) believe and why. Kids, parents, and grandparents can start studying the Bible together today with one of our Devotionals for Busy Families or Small-Group Guides.

Devotionals for Busy Families

These family Bible studies include a 10 minute devotional, prayer prompts, and memory verses broken into doable pieces. The daily “Want More?” box includes Bible passages for further study. The weekly “On the Road Family Challenge” provides ideas for ways families can live out what they learn in Bible study.

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Click here to learn how these family devotionals work.

Small-Group Guides

Small groups are simply two or more families meeting together. Our user-friendly small-group guides equip novice leaders and experienced teachers.

The first half of this Small-Group Guides are written with children and multi-generational groups in mind. It includes opening activities, a Bible lesson, application activities, and a prayer prompt. Activity options include: Bible skills, crafts, games, and music.

The second half of these Small-Group Guides are written with adult groups in mind. It includes a prayer prompt and three mix-and-match choices of group formats. The first is heavy discussion with a little Scripture. The second is fifty-fifty, Bible reading and discussion. The third is primarily Bible reading with a little discussion. Mix and match what works best for your group.

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Click here to learn how small-group studies work.

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