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Have you ever been to a “Bible study” that didn’t have much “Bible” or “study” at all? Without a proper understanding of how to do it, students can be disappointed or scared away from studying the Bible. So what is Bible study—and can it work for high schoolers?

No stranger to teaching the Bible to teenagers, Jon Nielson confirms that real, meaningful Bible study is not only possible for students, but important. He takes students seriously and expects them to take their faith seriously. Unpacking five truths about the Bible—that it is God speaking, is powerful, is understandable, is literary, and is one story—he demonstrates how the Bible should be studied and how teenagers themselves can lead that study.

“A compelling and clear guide to embedding Bible study in youth group ministries.”

—Dr. Josh Moody, Senior Pastor, College Church, Wheaton

“Calling and aiding student ministries to center upon God’s Word. Here is a primer on bibliology, hermeneutics, and pedagogy that does not mention the words! Youth ministers, and those who work with students, will be profoundly instructed on what the Bible is—how it works—and how to teach it.”

—R. Kent Hughes, Senior Pastor Emeritus, College Church in Wheaton

PRICE $12.99 PAGES 224 ISBN 9781596386372 BINDING Paperback