Summer in the Psalms: New & Improved Series

$ 69.00

A new and improved 8-week summer series on the book of Psalms.

Have your students ever felt fear? What about loneliness? Frustration? Hope? Joy? A sense of awe & wonder? If so, they will relate to the book of Psalms. The Psalms are prayers written by real people (usually in the form of a poem or a song) going through real issues (some good, some bad). As we go through this series, our hope is that your students will turn to God through the peeks and valleys of life. 


This series is one of many in the One Year Youth Curriculum, Volume 4, which is a comprehensive and intentional year long teaching curriculum for youth ministry. Save 78% on one year of teaching series.

Or you can purchase the series individually here.

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Lesson 1: Psalm 1
Bottom Line: Listen to the wisdom of God and not the wisdom of the world.

Lesson 2: Psalm 24
Bottom Line: Keep your focus on God.

Lesson 3: Psalm 42-43
Bottom Line: Put your hope in God.

Lesson 4: Psalm 72
Bottom Line: Keep your mind on the mission God has for you.

Lesson 5: Psalm 84
Bottom Line: Spending time with God is what keeps us going.

Lesson 6: Psalm 96
Bottom Line: We can trust God in all things.

Lesson 7: Psalm 119 
Bottom Line: Our trust in God grows as we journey along in obedience.

Lesson 8: Psalm 150
Bottom Line: From the beginning to the end of our journey, as we think about our lives, we celebrate who God is and what He’s done for us.

What’s Included?

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