Youth Bible Studies


Choose The Right Bible Study For Your Youth Ministry

Whether you're looking for ongoing Sunday School or small group curriculum, midweek studies, short-term discipleship group studies, or studies for your youth retreat, you will find something that fits your needs. Use these studies to engage with your students and prepare them for the issues they face each day.

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Ongoing Studies  |  Short-Term Studies  |  Girls Ministry  |  Guys Ministry

Youth Bible Studies Great for Sunday Mornings

The Gospel Project

Chronological study takes students on a journey through the storyline of Scripture from Genesis to Revelation.

Bible Studies for Life

Designed to help you disciple your students with wisdom, starting with real-life issues and connecting them to God's Word in an intentional way.

Explore The Bible

Challenge students to learn the context of Scripture as they study book by book and learn how to apply it to their daily lives.

100 Days: The Glory Experiment

This student resource provides a Bible study and all-in-one discipleship guide that will challenge students to glorify God with their attitude, actions, words, and reactions for at least 100 days and to invite others to join them on the journey. With a flexible format containing multiple options for use, new members can join in the study at any point and participate in the 100 Days Challenge.

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New Short-Term Studies

The Quest

Girls will explore how God created them to seek after Him.
6 Sessions


Teen guys will explore the story of God.
8 Sessions

Seven Arrows

A 52-week devotional for teens.

Jesus Among Secular Gods

Teens will learn how to share their faith in a culture of opposing worldviews.
6 Sessions

A Beautiful Story

Explore the lives of 10 Old Testament women.
8 Sessions

Rachel and Leah

Discover six truths when facing comparison

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