It is one thing to know Bible stories,
but it is more important to
to our characters and lives.
After covering most of the Old Testament and many New Testament stories using Picture This! Bible Draw program the past 2 years, I wanted something more specific, personal, and applicable.
“All scripture is God-breathed
and is useful for teaching,
rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness,
so that the man (child) of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.”
2 Timothy 3:15-17
I wanted to focus on training in character,
and on these 10 characteristics ~
Being a Good Steward
She prepared these lesson to accompany their Bible study using the book For Instruction in Righteousness by Pam Foster.
Even though I don’t have this book, Erika’s detailed notes focus on each character trait with Bible stories, Bible verses, discussion starters, real-life activities and family challenges.
“This character study is designed to illustrate this character trait using verses, stories, consequences of sin and blessings of obedience found though out the Bible.
Each day you will learn a verse, read a story where this sin is illustrated, then discuss the consequences of this sin followed up by the blessings of obedience.”
We have thoroughly enjoyed these lessons.
We focus on one theme over 4 days, covering it in 4 different Bible stories, and discuss the Bible character’s choices and their consequences. I use Erika’s discussion points and many of her suggested family challenges that suit our children and their ages.
We pray for the Lord to work in our characters very personally and specifically at the end each lesson.
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