Exodus - Part 2: New 4-Week Bible Study

$ 39.00

This new 4-week Bible study focuses on the book of Exodus – the story of the Israelites’ freedom from slavery in Egypt.

See Exodus - Part 1 for the companion Bible study in this series. 

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EXCLUSIVE YOUTH CURRICULUM - YEAR 2

This series is one of many included in the Exclusive Youth Curriculum - Year 2. Get an entire year of teaching and small group curriculum plus four events and four youth ministry training sessions! 

Series Overview

Lesson 1: Social Justice, Celebrations, and Commitment
Bible: Exodus 21-24; Leviticus 19:18; Matthew 5:38-42; 22:34-40; Luke 19:8
Bottom Line: God has always cared about our relationship with Him and other people. We should too.
Topics: Commands, Worship, Social Justice, Restitution, Commitment

Lesson 2: Plans for the Tabernacle
Bible: Exodus 25-31; Exodus 25:8-9; 26:31-33; 31:12-17; Matthew 27:45-51; John 1:14
Bottom Line: God wants to be as close to us as possible!
Topics: God’s Presence, Access to God, Sabbath (Rest/Worship)

Lesson 3: Israel Breaks the Covenant
Bible: Exodus 32-34; Exodus 32:1-8, 30-34; 33:7-11; Romans 3:23-28; 5:8-11
Bottom Line: There are consequences for sin, but thank God there are also grace and forgiveness!
Topics: Breaking Commitment, Idols, Friendship with God, Sin/Salvation

Lesson 4: Moses, the Complete Tabernacle, and God’s Glory
Bible: Exodus 35-40; Exodus 35:4-9, 20-35; 36:1-7; Matthew 15:37-38; Luke 9:17; Romans 12:4-8
Bottom Line: Just like the Israelites, we each have something to contribute to the work God is doing in the world today!
Topics: Generosity, Work, Teamwork, Humility, God’s Presence and Guidance

See Exodus - Part 1 for the companion Bible study in this series. 

What’s Included?

  • Series artwork for promotional purposes (cover slide and blank text slide)
  • Lessons in both Word & PDF format – edit as needed and easily share with volunteers
  • Fun opening games
  • Creative, relevant teachings
  • Engaging small group discussion questions

WHAT MAKES OUR BIBLE STUDIES UNIQUE?

50% Teaching & 50% Discussion

All our Bible studies are discussion based. Each lesson is 50% reading the Bible/teaching and 50% student discussion. They’re not 90% teaching and 10% discussion, like our other youth ministry series and small group studies you’ll find elsewhere.

The goal is for students to talk about the Bible, what it means to follow Jesus, their questions & doubts, what God is doing in their lives, and so on. This format encourages group interaction, personal application, and keeps students engaged. Getting students talking about their faith is the secret sauce to a small group, and all our series are formatted with that goal in mind.

The format is simple, but effective:

  • Read a passage of Scripture.
  • Make a point that students will remember.
  • Ask questions and discuss it.
  • Repeat 3-4 times per lesson.


THREE KEY COMPONENTS

Our Bible studies students become Biblically rooted, provide a strategic path to discipleship, and give them the opportunity to form God-centered relationships.

Biblically Rooted
The Bible, like the roots of a tree, brings life, nourishment and stability to your students’ lives. Scripture deepens their relationship with God, gives them the wisdom to make good decisions, brings clarity to the problems they face, and so much more. In each Bible study, students dive deep into a book of the Bible, which will firmly root them in God’s Word and provide a foundation to build their lives upon.

Strategic Path to Discipleship
We’ve created a strategic path to discipleship. Each Bible study focuses on key components of what it means to follow Jesus. Discipleship is the never-ending process of loving God and serving others. As students learn and grow in their walk with God, their thoughts, actions and lives are transformed. Throughout these 52 weeks, students will go on a journey to discover what it means to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

God-Centered Relationships

These Bible studies provide students an opportunity to develop God-centered relationships with others. As we read throughout the New Testament, discipleship happens in the context of relationships. The goal is to create an environment where students: know others and are known; accept others and are accepted; love others and are loved; and pray for others and are prayed for. We’re intentional about helping them grow in their relationship with God and others.

HOW TO USE

Online or In Person Youth Group
Use our curriculum for small groups when doing online youth group or in person. Each series is flexible enough for either option.

Small Groups
If your youth group has more than 12 students, then use our curriculum as a tool to disciple students in a small group setting.

Sunday School
Does your church have an active Sunday School program? Our curriculum is a good fit for you.

Small Churches
Does your youth ministry have less than 12 students? Our curriculum is specifically designed with you in mind.