Biblical basics

A devotional concept for a semester of 8 devotions.

It deals with various parables from the Bible, which may not yet be known by all children.

Many and all Bible-based statements that become a love letter to you from our Creator.

Since we are planning a trip to the local fire department with the youth group, I wanted to hold a devotion in the sense of the unit program. However, I didn't find a lot of material for this, so I worked something out myself. The aim was to create a tangible parallel between the experience of the fire brigade and the Gospel, but at the same time to be able to pass on a practical application for everyday life, especially for the many church children in our youth group.

Program for 1/2 Year Teen Youth Group

 

Why do we tell?

It is important to us to awaken and develop the children's ability to experience.

This game is suitable for teaching young children how to handle and find their way through the Bible in a playful way.

- An afternoon for all Jungschar ages- 12 posts to set records and prove courage

 

The Bible:

- incredible
- full strong
- topical
- personal

Basic Course 1 - 4 by Peter Blaser, instructions for 8 days of quiet time with texts from the Epistle of Peter

 

Background information, suggestions for program design, food for thought for Jungscharn afternoons

I wanted to tackle the meaning of the cross with our church youth group, aged 12+, who are predominently not church-going children.

Below is an outline for a talk which worked really well for us as the framework for an evening around a campfire - taking the group through from an easy introduction to symbols and logos through to a biblical presentation of the meaning of the cross.

We finished the evening with a challenge to the children; to make them think more carefully about the cross and what it means to them. You may want to change this to better suit the type of group you have, and where they are on their spiritual journeys.

Discover God's plan!

Learn the sequence of events in the Bible from creation to Revelation and make your own Bible panorama. Look at salient points in the story and use a particularly important point for devotion.

Tips on quiet time

Thinks from Martin Luther

Critical questions and statements

On the Bible text: Genesis 1:1-31

All chapters in detail, see PDF file (24 pages)

Revelation according to tapes by Rev. Walter Weyrich

Lessons 2 - 14 see PDF file

And God said, "Let there be space between the waters to separate the waters." And so it happened, God created that space to separate the waters above and below it. And God called the space "heaven." It became evening and morning: the second day. (Genesis 1:6-8)

I have the devotion on the second day to the "dividing of the waters." We now disagree on what the water looked like in the sky. I imagine clouds. As we know them now. But my brother thinks there were no clouds before the Flood and it was a layer of water in the sky. Can you help us there? What did the water in the sky look like?

1 Camp Plan

1 Spiritual Concept

Play LONELY COWBOY

17 Program Blank

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