Slaying Biblical Illiteracy

Matt Andrews

“What kind of relationship do we really want teens to have with the Bible? A relationship founded on their trust of us, or founded on their trust of the Bible itself?”

For years now, youth workers and church volunteers have lamented that teens don t know basic Bible stories. But have you noticed more and more teens don t know anything about the Bible at all? Even though there are plenty of teen Bible study aids available, there’s a giant gap between these tools and the total biblical illiteracy of many we re trying to reach.

Slaying Biblical Illiteracy contains practical tips, as well as group and individual exercises, that will inspire youth to experience God’s Word for themselves. Learn to use the same creative skills you use to plan retreats and youth group games to bring the Bible to life using the unexpected in fun ways that will grab and keep your teens’ attention. Learn how to help youth work through their trust issues with Scripture and learn Bible study methods you can try out as a group, so that your youth are empowered to study the Bible for themselves, slaying biblical illiteracy and unlocking the influence of God s Word in their daily lives.


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