Today we are sharing the Bible scriptures we mentioned in our “Let’s Talk” session on Sunday, April 26th. If you have additional verses on memorizing scripture, please share them with us in the comments below. 🙂
“Thy Word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.” ~Psalm 119:11 KJV
“I delight myself in thy statutes: I will not forget thy word.” ~Psalm 119:16 KJV
“Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.” ~Psalm 119:105 KJV
“Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might. Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. …and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God:” Ephesians 6:10, 11, 17 KJV
It’s nice to find pre-made Bible copywork sheets for handwriting practice. Using Bible verse copywork is a wonderful way to aid in Scripture memorization.
Free Bible copywork sheets on a variety of topics.
Guesthollow features Bible copywork in four different styles, including Handwriting Without Tears.
These copywork sheets focus on Biblical character traits.
Do you know of a great Bible copywork resource? We invite you to share a link in the comments!
Reflecting His Image: A Practical Application to Christian Living, shared in the Atlantic Union Conference Teacher Bulletin, was written for an academy classroom setting but can be easily adapted for a homeschool setting. The objectives of this nine-week study for high schoolers include learning methods of effective witnessing and living a life completely surrendered to God . The link below will take you to the main page with the free unit lesson plan and supplementary materials.
Creating a Christian character traits lapbook would make an excellent Bible-based unit study or special activity-based worship series for your family. The Character lapbook page at Homeschool Share has some great ideas and printables to get you started. Homeschool Helper Online also has Character Studies resources. Pick and choose from among these free resources to create a study that suits your family’s needs.
Thinking about high school Bible curriculum? Things to consider as you make your choices: Does your child have a clear understanding of the beliefs of the Seventh-day Adventist church? Has your child ever read extended portions of the Bible? Has your child ever read a Spirit of Prophecy book?Does your student want to study alone or with you or even the pastor? If your student has not yet developed the habit of a personal devotional time, then you have both a starting point and goal for a Bible curriculum. Otherwise, start with an end goal in mind and discuss with your high schooler ways to accomplish that goal. Since most high schoolers are at the point of independent study, your primary responsibility will be to provide your student with the materials that fit his learning style.
Suggestions for study:
*Use a Bible reading plan to read through the Bible in a year or two.
*Read or listen through the Conflict of the Ages series (original/study guides) (modern English)
*Pair Bible reading with Conflict of the Ages series with Encounter study series(scroll down to bottom of page)
*Complete a Bible marking plan, either themed or doctrinal-based
*Read a how-to-study-the-Bible book (podcast)
*Take a dual-enrollment Bible class online from an SDA college/university(Southern) (Andrews)
*Work with pastor or bible worker in giving Bible studies to others