I Samuel Bible Study
Earlier this year I was sent a I Samuel Bible Study by Greek ‘n’ Stuff. This Bible Study comes in a KJV and a NIV version. Since it is geared toward upper elementary and up, I had my 12 yr. old daughter use it for her Bible study.
What it is:
A “no frills” Bible study that contains thirty-nine weekly lessons. Each lesson contains a “Think and Pray About It” section, memory verses and additional information fact. The study covered Samuel, Eli, Saul, and David. This study can be used by an older child for independent Bible study, or as a whole family for family devotions. As they state on their site, “The Bible is the only answer key you’ll need.”
What We Thought:
I had my daughter work through most of this Bible study independently. Each lesson is short and to the point. There are usually three questions working sequentially through the book of 1 Samuel. My daughter liked that it was doable and short. She had never worked through a book of the Bible verse by verse, so this was a new way to study for her. At times it was challenging to stick with the program due to the repetitive workbook style nature, but she would just take a little break and then pick it back up again. The Bible study was laid out well and easy enough for her to do on her own, but not too easy where she would get bored. Though she did the study independently, I would periodically discuss how things were going, what new things she had learned and if she had any questions.
Disclosure: I am a member of TOS and I was given this product free for review purposes only. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.