Book and Study Suggestions
Here are some great books from the Bible to read along with scripture journals: Genesis, Psalms, Proverbs, Daniel, Jonah, John, Ephesians, Philippians, 1 and 2 Timothy.
Check out the link to scripture journals here.
Use the HEAR method as you read.
H–highlight important parts of the text
E–explain what you just read in your own words
A–apply this to you
New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional, by Paul David Tripp
The Bible Project is a good resource to provide a summary of passages and visual lessons.
10 Questions Every Kid Should Ask (and Answer) about Christianity, by Rebecca McLaughlin (High School)
This book guided our 2021-22 Community Groups. Great for any teen desiring to wrestle with some of faith’s biggest questions.
The Bible Handbook, by Daily Grace Co. (High School) A guide to understanding background, theme, and context, as your teen studies the Bible.
Habits of Grace: Enjoying Jesus through the Spiritual Disciplines, by David Mathis (High School)
Great book for guiding older teens in the spiritual disciplines: listening to God’s voice, speaking to him in prayer, and joining together with his people as the church.
Bible Study Suggestions for Girls
Seamless, by Angie Smith (Teen Girls)
This Bible study walks through the storyline of the Bible, presenting the “seamless” thread of the gospel throughout all of scripture.
Matchless, by Angie Smith (Teen Girls)
An 8-week study through the mission, miracles, message of Jesus, our matchless Savior.
Face Time: Your Identity in a Selfie World, by Kristen Hatton
Teen girls face many challenges in our over-connected world today. This book gives biblical guidance on topics like identity, perfectionism, and other sin struggles (best for 12-15).
Defined, by Priscilla Shirer
An eight week study on rooting our identity in who God says we are. Great for any age girl.