It was rad as usual with a whole bunch of fun and good times! For the first time ever, I decided to do a session with the kids on purity so I needed a purity Bible study. Not that I wanted to lead it myself, I attempted to get one of our brilliant pastors who is a grandfather himself and would have brought a great authority to the message…but it was not to be, so I prepared to do it myself!
We live in a sex-saturated culture, and today's Christian teenagers are soaking in it. Here's how you can navigate them toward purity. But we must do it.
Whether you are preparing for future Bible studies or daily readings, this study Bible for men and women is the ideal resource for lifelong discipleship. Contains 36 colorful inch x inch posters and 4 colorful inch x inch maps that are perfect for classroom use with small groups. This tote is the perfect bag to help carry all of your essentials.
Search our online database of teaching and Bible study outlines on the topic of purity. Find Bible Studies to help you prepare lessons and studies on purity for your women's ministry event or small group. The Bible is black and white when it comes to sexual immorality.
Sex is a huge thing. Maybe you think its going to be magical like they show on movies. Does the act of having sex before marriage now make you unable to be used by God?
A sk any parentthe subject of teen purity is one of the most difficult to convey and convince. I think it is because many parents find that discussing this subject or anything to do with sex with their teens very hard. Even so, it is something that as parents we must not avoid.
Purity, by its very nature, is the absence of something. It communicates the idea of no mixture, no dirt, no pollutant, no stain, no defect. When we tell our children and teens to aim for sexual purity, we are, in essence, telling them what they need to avoid —sexual and lustful involvement before marriage—not what they should aim for.
Our Weekly Freebie Friday: He sent me a teaching lesson he wrote on sexual purity, love, and marriage that he wrote and was willing to share with you all! Thank Josh on his blog at joshhevans.
He used a familiar object lesson in his sermon, one that made my blood run cold: A rose, once beautiful, whose petals were gradually torn off by failed love and sexual mistakes, leaving it ugly and unwanted. The crafting, canoeing, and otherwise adventuring called us back to the outdoors every year—but most importantly, there were the Bible lessons. The teacher this year, an elderly man who was preaching exclusively to young girls, decided to discuss sexual purity.