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A 7-Lesson Family Bible Study

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These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates.” DEUTERONOMY 6:6-9

Noah Didn’t neglect His Children…

I’ve seen it so many times, church leaders, ministers, Sunday school teachers, all lose touch with their families. How can this happen when the parents are so active in church doing ministry work. How is it that the child or children of these parents, become suddenly hell bound or living outside of God’s will?

This 7-Lesson Family Bible study will help you focus on YOUR family and their salvation, while also helping to teach obedience and unity in your family. It will also help you self-reflect to strengthen your family.

As serving parents serving in the ministry, many times we focus on our ministry work. We focus on bringing people to Christ, “bringing and sharing a loving God to a dying world.” That’s the motto for most of us.

We work hard at doing this, pleasing God, and our “leaders.” But chances are, as much as we are trying not to, we have forgotten that our family is our very FIRST ministry, and we have forgotten to bring salvation into our families. Noah, called by God to build the ark, did NOT neglect his family!

Your family should be the first people who you minister to!

Your family should be the first people who you minister to. That’s right, pastors, leaders, teachers, and Sunday school teachers, your family comes first! How sad is it to bring so many to Christ but neglect our families in the process because we are “about our Fathers business.”

This was never the way God intended for your family to be, as you work for Him in the ministry. The Bible will be our main source of inspiration as we focus on Genesis 6 and the Life of Noah. Included are five short podcasts to encourage parents and teachers. Also highlighted parent/teacher sections for self-reflection and growth.

The first step to bringing salvation into your home, is to have Bible study with your own family. If you are not sharing God’s Word with your family, they will not be interested. Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of God (Rom 10:17).

For this reason, Randomnestfamily started Focus on Your Family: Family Bible Study. We saw a need for families to Bible study together.

What a difference it makes when you sit with your children, no matter how old they are, and read the Bible with them. You are opening doors that can’t be shut.

Never feel intimidated by questions. Many parents do not have Bible study with their kids because they feel a lack of knowledge. Because we are all constantly learning, there is nothing to feel ashamed about. Instead, when asked a question you cannot answer right away, simply say, “You know what, that is a really good question.  I will research that or look that up and we will discuss it next meeting.”

This has happened to my husband and I several times. We have done family Bible study since our children were babies, with just simply reading to them from their own Childrens Bibles at the time. Starting young is key but it’s never too late!

The older your children become, the more resistant they will be if you have not made family Bible study a normal thing in your home. So, start small. Don’t bore them with long lessons and talks when first starting out. Include them in as much as possible and allow them to ask and answer questions. Our Family Bible studies are made to help you do just this!

Included in this curriculum are assignments to keep your kids focused on the lessons. These are quick to the point and easy to administer after or during Bible study.  Age limits are given starting at the youngest age a child can complete an assignment. Give at parents/teachers discretion.

Before starting your bible Study…

Always be consistent in having Bible study with your family. The more you do, the more they look forward to it, the more you grow as a family.

Our kids may be tired, we may be tired; either way, each lesson will be to the point. Yet leaving room for you to expound upon scriptures for days, weeks, or even a month.

These lessons can be done day or night. Whenever your family gets together to study!

Start off small, and then go as the Lord leads you. Don’t always expect things to be perfect. Add effort and allow God to do the rest.

You got this!


Turn off any electronics and distractions as much as possible at least 20-30 minutes before sitting down together.

Lesson 1 | Obedience

Memory verse
My son, obey your father’s commands,
    and don’t neglect your mother’s instruction.
Proverbs 6:20 NLT

Today’s lesson will focus on obedience. Parents, ask your children, “What does it mean to be obedient?” (Give them time to answer.)

Parents: When we were children, we had to obey our mother and father or else we faced consequences. (You can discuss what some of those consequences were, to help your child understand.)

Now that we are adults, we still must obey our Father, our heavenly Father, Jesus Christ, or else there will also be consequences. (You may also explain some of the consequences for disobeying God.)

The term “obedience” means to comply with or submit to. When we are told to do something and we do it, we are complying with or submitting to that order.

In the Bible, obedience as opposed to disobedience is a life-and-death issue. God has given us the innate (or natural) power of choice. When we choose to obey God, this leads to God’s promised blessing of life; the choice of disobedience leads to curses, judgments, and also death.

When we obey God, we show that we honor and love Him. The same as when children obey their parents, they are showing that they honor and love their parents. God has given us the ability to live obedient lives in Him.

Open Your Bible and read Titus 2:12-14

“And we are instructed to turn from godless living and sinful pleasures. We should live in this evil world with wisdom, righteousness, and devotion to God, 13while we look forward with hope to that wonderful day when the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ, will be revealed. 14He gave his life to free us from every kind of sin, to cleanse us, and to make us his very own people, totally committed to doing good deeds.” NLT

Parents: Godwants us to live in obedience and look forward to His coming. He helps us asparentsto live for Him, but He also helps you as children to live for Him, and it all starts with being obedient to your parents. Today’s memory verse is a reminder of this. God gives you a command with a promise. When you obey, God promises you long life and that all may go well with you in your life.

Now let’s read Ephesians 6:1-3

“Children, obey your parents because you belong to the Lord, for this is the right thing to do. 2“Honor your father and mother.” This is the first commandment with a promise: 3If you honor your father and mother, “things will go well for you, and you will have a long life on the earth.” NLT


Today’s assignment is the obedience game! See the instructions on the game and have fun.

Obedience maze | Family Bible Study

Parent/Teacher Reflection:

The next lessons will focus on Genesis Chapter 6 and Noah will be discussed. It will benefit the lesson if you read ahead into Genesis 6-9, to get a clear understanding of the life of Noah. This will help with discussion points and will help you simply the text for younger children. You can also hear these chapters using a Bible app, like Bible Gateway or YouVersion.  

This introductory lesson helped your children learn that to be blessed, they must obey their parents, a key factor in you being able to teach them.

Lesson 2 | God’s Promises

Memory verse
“But I promise to keep you safe in the ship, with your wife and your sons and their wives.”
Genesis 6:18 TLB

In today’s lesson, we will talk about God’s Promise while looking at the life of Noah.

Open your Bibles to Genesis 6:9-22, to read with your family, allowing older or advanced kids the chance to read aloud if desired.

Genesis 6:9-22 NIV

This is the account of Noah and his family.

Noah was a righteous man, blameless among the people of his time, and he walked faithfully with God. 10 Noah had three sons: Shem, Ham and Japheth.

11 Now the earth was corrupt in God’s sight and was full of violence. 12 God saw how corrupt the earth had become, for all the people on earth had corrupted their ways. 13 So God said to Noah, “I am going to put an end to all people, for the earth is filled with violence because of them. I am surely going to destroy both them and the earth. 14 So make yourself an ark of cypress[c] wood; make rooms in it and coat it with pitch inside and out. 15 This is how you are to build it: The ark is to be three hundred cubits long, fifty cubits wide and thirty cubits high.[d] 16 Make a roof for it, leaving below the roof an opening one cubit[e] high all around.[f] Put a door in the side of the ark and make lower, middle and upper decks. 17 I am going to bring floodwaters on the earth to destroy all life under the heavens, every creature that has the breath of life in it. Everything on earth will perish. 18 But I will establish my covenant with you, and you will enter the ark—you and your sons and your wife and your sons’ wives with you. 19 You are to bring into the ark two of all living creatures, male and female, to keep them alive with you. 20 Two of every kind of bird, of every kind of animal and of every kind of creature that moves along the ground will come to you to be kept alive. 21 You are to take every kind of food that is to be eaten and store it away as food for you and for them.”

22 Noah did everything just as God commanded him.”

Parents: God saw that Noah was good or “righteous,” in a world full of evil. So, God made a “covenant” or promise to Noah that would save his entire family.

Parents, discuss these questions with your family (as time permits):

  • What does it mean to make a promise, to keep a promise?
  • What happens when we break our promises? Or someone breaks a promise to you?

If you only have little ones (0-4), simply tell them what a promise is in a way that they can understand.

We also read at the end of this chapter, that Noah “did everything just as God commanded him.” Remember our lesson on obedience? When we obey God, He blesses us!

God makes us promises too! These promises are ours when we obey and follow Jesus.

The biggest promise is salvation (when God delivers us from sin and its consequences). When we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, and decide to follow Him, He promises us to be with Him in heaven!

[1]His promise includes eternal life, which is the best promise in the world, because no matter what happens here on earth, if we love and serve Jesus, we will all be together forever in heaven. Jesus will take away sickness, death, and sin, making all things new. What a wonderful promise!


Noah’s Ark and My Family- a special color page for ages 4+

God’s Promise reflection printable ages 9+

Parent/Teacher Reflection:

Note that God found Noah to be a righteous man, blameless among the people of his time, walking faithfully with God. He was the head of his home, and his family was saved under him. You can imagine that he would preach and teach to his sons. After all, in obedience, they helped their father build and load the ark for many years.

Take some time to write down the promises God has given you and your family. Share these with your children. Discuss ways in which you can all pray about them. If God has already given you the promise, discuss this with your children and share ways you can thank God in your prayers.

[1] Reference scriptures: Romans 6:23, Matthew 25:46, John 3:16, 1John 2:25, Revelations 21:1-5

Lesson 3 | Family Sacrifice

Memory verse
“And Noah did everything as God commanded him.” Genesis 6:22 TLB

In today’s lesson, we talk about the sacrifices your family has to make in order to serve God and be obedient to Him.

Parents: When God calls us to work, sometimes it involves the whole family, and we may have to make sacrifices to get it done.

If we work together, the sacrifices will not be too big, and we can see the results as a family. Like Noah and his family. The Bible says Noah was a [1]“preacher of righteousness,’ meaning he told people about God, like a Pastor. And even though Noah was a preacher, he still took care of his family and “did everything God commanded.”

Sacrificing or sacrifice, means to lose out or giving something up. They can be big or small. Giving you my cake, although I really want it, is a small sacrifice. Jesus dying on the cross to save us from our sins, is a BIG sacrifice. He gave up his life to save ours!

Read Genesis 7:1-5 with your family (simplifying the text for younger kids to understand if needed).

“The Lord then said to Noah, “Go into the ark, you and your whole family, because I have found you righteous in this generation. Take with you seven pairs of every kind of clean animal, a male and its mate, and one pair of every kind of unclean animal, a male and its mate, and also seven pairs of every kind of bird, male and female, to keep their various kinds alive throughout the earth. Seven days from now I will send rain on the earth for forty days and forty nights, and I will wipe from the face of the earth every living creature I have made.”

And Noah did all that the Lord commanded him.”

Ask these questions in any order as time permits, helping with answers if necessary.

Parents: What did God tell Noah to do?

What did God tell Noah would happen in seven days?

Did Noah obey God?

What sacrifices do you think Noah’s son had to make to help their father?

Parents: Jesus says, [2]“If you love me, keep my commandments.” That means no matter what we face as a family, we need to obey God like Noah, because we love the Lord.

Sometimes that means doing something even if you don’t want to for your parents, like a little extra time at church, rising early for an event or missing an event. God saved Noah and the animals because Noah obeyed God and his sons obeyed their father.

[1] John 14:15

[2] 2 Peter 2:5


Children will use the “My Family Tree” printable to create a family tree. There are two versions of this provided, one for younger students and one for older students.

Parent/Teacher Reflection:

Just like Noah, keep the commandments of the Lord, even when it is hard, because life happens! This means teaching your children about God, having family devotions, and taking the time to instruct your children in the way they should go, as scripture supports. It is NOT a Sunday school teachers job.

Even in the most pressing times of ministry, do not neglect your family. Your sacrifice can’t be a means to an end for your children or spouse.

Think about ways you can plan family time. Not just a time where you just watch t.v. or go to another event. But solid meaningful family time, where you can sit down and relax in family discussions and laugh out loud.

Having meaningful family time, without disciplining and technology, is a wonderful way to talk about life and bring God’s Word into the conversation.

You must fight to make it happen, pray often for it, and ask for God’s help. Your family’s salvation starts with you. Just because you are Christian, doesn’t mean your children will be. It takes work and maybe you saying “No,” sometimes.

Let God use you, but don’t let others over use you. Your family is your 1st ministry!


What has God told you to do, that involves your family making a sacrifice?

How can you use this to strengthen your family?

Why is it important to have Bible study and pray as a family? Is this important to you?

Lesson 4 | Unity

Memory Verse:
“Children, obey your parents; this is the right thing to do because God has placed them in authority over you.” Ephesians 6:1 TLB

In today’s lesson, we are focusing on family unity.

Parents: Do you know what unity is?

Unity is being together or at one with each someone or something. When our family works together, we are united or unified. Unity is the opposite of divided, like when family fights with each other.

For our family to work together, we must be united. Remember how Noah and his family worked together? If someone in the family didn’t want to help, it would have caused a division, which can cause fighting in families.

Read Matthew 12:25 TLB

 Jesus knew their thoughts and replied, “A divided kingdom ends in ruin. A city or home divided against itself cannot stand.”

(for older children, read verses 22-30 for more context.)

Parents: When Jesus was accused of casting out demons by satan, He said a divided kingdom ends in ruin. A city or home divided against itself cannot stand.

If our family can’t work together, we are divided. If you can’t help and support your parents or if we can’t help or support you, we are a divided family.

Ask: What are some ways we can help and support each other?

(Allow everyone a chance to respond as time permits. Encourage younger kids with helps, i.e., When mom is folding clothes, you can her put them away…)

When we support, help, and pray for each other, that shows that we are united. Jesus said, [1]“If anyone says, “I love God,” but keeps on hating his brother, he is a liar; for if he doesn’t love his brother who is right there in front of him, how can he love God whom he has never seen?And God himself has said that one must love not only God but his brother too.”

We can’t say we love God and mistreat the ones we love, your parents and your siblings. We must be united!

Ask: What are some ways we can help and support each other?(For those old enough to understand.)

Do you respect your parents, do you disobey and talk back to us? What’s one way you can change this?

*Help your children if needed come up with a solution. You might also decide to share ways you can help and support them more. Remind them that we are NOT perfect, we all need Jesus Christ to guide and direct us. We can always do better.

Parents: When you listen to us, that shows unity and love. God is pleased with you!

End with this prayer: [2]A Family Prayer for Spiritual Peace

Heavenly Father, You are the God of peace.

Lord, we pray that you will usher in spiritual peace into our family.

Father, help us to remember that we each play a part in bringing spiritual peace into our family.

Help our children to be peacemakers and problem solvers.

Lord, help us to pursue those things which make for peace and the building up of one another, which leads to our spiritual growth and unity.

Help us to be at peace with those around us, as we enter work or school.

Finally, Father, give us peace inside our homes and in our sleep.

In Jesus Christ holy Name. Amen.


“Family Unity” Scripture color sheet for younger students 4+.

“Family Unity” journal and self-reflection for older students 9+.

Parent/Teacher Reflection:

A family that prays together, stays together. Or at least have more love, respect, patience, and mercy for each other. Having these traits in a family is necessary. Reconciliation is easier. Think about your own relationships with siblings, if you have any, or other members of your family.

As we are praying for unity in the body of Christ, we should also pray for unity within our family. A divided family can wreak havoc on your ministry and in your home!

Parents need to be united in all family decisions and amongst themselves. You need to be united in how you discipline your children too.

Read Genesis 9:20-28.

When Ham shamed his father, he was cursed, as were his descendants after him.

When [3]Eli refused to discipline his sons, they grew up with disdain for the ministry and did wicked behavior in the service of the Lord. The Lord took Eli and his sons lives.

Unity is especially important and helps you bring salvation into your home!


Parents, do you respect each other, how are you united before your kids?

[1] 1 John 4:20-21

[2] Romans 15:33, Matthew 5:9, Romans 14:19, Romans 12:8

[3] 1 Samuel 2:12-36

Lesson 5 | Your Family’s Influence On Society

Memory Verse:
“You can never please God without faith, without depending on him. Anyone who wants to come to God must believe that there is a God and that he rewards those who sincerely look for him.” Hebrews 11:6

Today, we are going to look at how your family influences society.

Read Hebrews 11:6-7

You can never please God without faith, without depending on him. Anyone who wants to come to God must believe that there is a God and that he rewards those who sincerely look for him.

Noah was another who trusted God. When he heard God’s warning about the future, Noah believed him even though there was then no sign of a flood, and wasting no time, he built the ark and saved his family. Noah’s belief in God was in direct contrast to the sin and disbelief of the rest of the world—which refused to obey—and because of his faith he became one of those whom God has accepted.” TLB

Parents: When Noah had completed the ark, it had been 120 years! Before he built the ark, the world was horrible, full of sin and evil. Can you imagine how much worse the world was after that?

I’m sure the people saw him building this large boat and laughed at him. But Noah stayed faithful, so he and his family received salvation.

Our family has an “influence” on society.

Ask: What is influence? (If time permits, allow times for answers.)

Parents: Having “influence” on someone means you can affect people’s thoughts, actions, and character by the way you behave. Or just by being you!

If our family shows the love of God to each other, we become a light to the world and we can “influence” the world to do the right thing, even though it is evil, and many people will not care.

As Christians, we are a light inside and outside our homes.

Optional Family Discussion Questions:

  1. How does God reward our faith? (You can discuss ways in which God has rewarded you or your family due to faith along with any Biblical examples.)
  2. Why did Noah’s belief in God not only save him, but his entire family? (Refer to your reading of Genesis 6 and the accompany chapters of 8-9, we also glimpse this in Hebrews 11:7)


Students 4+ complete a memory verse color page.

Students 9+ complete a Bible study reflection page.

Parent/Teacher Reflection:

Even though the world is filled with sin, our families are supposed to represent Christ.
Has someone ever said, “You have a beautiful family?
Our families can appear “beautiful” on the outside, but how about where it counts, on the inside? We need to live our lives for Christ in public and in our homes. Home training starts at home.

The application of our faith affects our actions and the examples we show the outside world.

The light within our home will shine on the darkness in the world if we live our life to please God. Like Noah, our family will condemn a disobedient world.

Lesson 6 | Keep It Up!

Memory Verse:
“But as for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.” Joshua 24:15 TLB

It’s now lesson six and you and your family should be proud of each other for having Bible study and praying everyday this week. (If you had made this a habit before, then thank God for helping your family to do this thus far!) Keep it up, you got this!

Read Matthew 18:19-22

19 “I also tell you this—if two of you agree down here on earth concerning anything you ask for, my Father in heaven will do it for you. 20 For where two or three gather together because they are mine, I will be right there among them.”

21 Then Peter came to him and asked, “Sir, how often should I forgive a brother who sins against me? Seven times?”

22 “No!” Jesus replied, “seventy times seven! TLB

Parents: This scripture teaches us that when we come together and pray as a family, the Lord hears us, He is with us, and He will answer us. This is why our family praying together is so important, there is power in numbers!

[1]Not only that, but Jesus also teaches us that we should forgive each other. Prayer helps us to be vulnerable (or supportive) with each other because we are not perfect, we can forgive each other better.

Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 reads:

Two can accomplish more than twice as much as one, for the results can be much better. 10 If one falls, the other pulls him up; but if a man falls when he is alone, he’s in trouble. TLB

Parents: As a family, we can accomplish more when we work together. What happens when you try to work alone? (Wait for answers) The Bible says we are in trouble.

Even though we all have different jobs in the home, when we help each other, the Bible says we can accomplish more than twice the work of only one person. So, when asked to help your parents or your siblings, be willing to do it.

Think of Noah and his family.

Everyone had to work together to build the ark and some family members might have had to do extra work.

In our home, no ones job is more important than another’s. Everything we do benefits the whole house; from washing dishes, doing homework, taking out trash, or folding your own clothes and putting them away.


Have each member of your family Bible study get up and hug each other and express how much they love each other. Parents do the same to each other before your kids.

Parents: Remember our lesson on unity, we stand united as a family. Jesus said in 1 John 4:20:

“If anyone says “I love God,” but keeps on hating his brother, he is a liar; for if he doesn’t love his brother who is right there in front of him, how can he love God whom he has never seen?” TLB

So, lets love and support each other always!

Ask: What’s one thing we can pray for as a family? Help your family produce a corporate prayer(s) that you can all pray together. i.e., Do you need a new home, does a member need healing?


Your family will print the “Corporate Prayer” Printable and write the prayer(s) you came up with. You will date, frame, and hang it where your family meets often to pray and do Bible study. As God answers your prayers, date it and thank Him often.

There will always be more prayers added, trust me!

Parent/Teacher Reflection:

In today’s video, I said family takes work. We must be patient with our families.

Your family is made of people who love and support you unconditionally. Watch how your little children gaze up at you.

How you as a parent treat each other will reflect your family. Unification in marriage is the first most important, God-given thing in a family.

Remember that each persons job within the family is important. The job you work, your chores, and your ministry are just as important as your spouses. Be willing to understand each other’s point of view and support each other. This will help bring salvation into your home.

Be willing to see things from your kids point of view and help them understand what is right. Especially your teenagers.

Pray for your children and pray with them. This will deepen your relationship and build trust. Pray real prayers with your kids, not just surface stuff. They’re relationship with God will reflect the one you have with God!

Finally, help your family, like Noah, to choose to serve God and only God. Taking Joshua’s example in Joshua 24:15:

15 But if you are unwilling to obey the Lord, then decide today whom you will obey. Will it be the gods of your ancestors beyond the Euphrates or the gods of the Amorites here in this land? But as for me and my family, we will serve the Lord.” TLB

[1] Consider reading this full account (Matthew 18:21-35) and what Jesus teaches his disciples about forgiveness at a later time.

Lesson 7 | Committed

Memory Verse:
“Seek the Kingdom of God[a] above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need.” Matthew 6:33 NLT
Stay Committed | Family Bible Study

Today’s lesson is about committing as a family to stand together in prayer and Bible study.

Parents: Sometimes it’s hard to be committed to doing something. But when God gives us a job, we must obey and work hard at it.

Our job is to be your parents first, your job is to be our kids.

To “commit” means to do, to perform. When we tell you to do something as your parents, you obey, and this pleases us and God.

This shows us that you are committed to being our children. Remember how we played the obedience game? When you obeyed, you made it through the maze! Our job is to train you up in the Lord. And this shows we are committed to being your parents!

Read Proverbs 22:6:

“Direct your children onto the right path, and when they are older, they will not leave it.” NLT

Parents: You are a big part of the family unit. Psalms 127:3 says,

“Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from him.” TLB

You are our gift, and we love you. Together, we will commit to having Bible study and praying together, even if it gets hard or we feel too busy.

Remember our family prayers? God tells us to [1]take delight in Him, and He will give us our hearts desires. We are to commit everything we do to the Lord. Trust him, and he will help us.

That’s exactly what we are committing to doing as a family. Let’s encourage each other to pray, read the Bible and study together. Let’s be patient with each other when things get hard.


Make a plan to continue praying and having Bible study with your family.

Use the “Family Bible Study Schedule” printable to help your family schedule out the best times of day to get together.

Make a back-up plan for interruptions too because LIFE happens!

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  • Noah and My Family | Family Bible Study |

Parent/Teacher Reflection:

It is especially important that we commit ourselves to everything we do, especially to Christ and our families.

How easy it is for us as parents to forget the small things and for kids to forget the big things. Yet, when we work together and make a commitment to love and care for each other, we can fight with effort.

Any work outside the home should not take us completely away from our families and our responsibility to teach them about the one whom we serve, Jesus Christ.

It’s no wonder the Bible says:

“So keep these commandments carefully in mind. Tie them to your hand to remind you to obey them, and tie them to your forehead between your eyes! 19 Teach them to your children. Talk about them when you are sitting at home, when you are out walking, at bedtime, and before breakfast! 20 Write them upon the doors of your houses and upon your gates, 21 so that as long as there is sky above the earth, you and your children will enjoy the good life awaiting you in the land the Lord has promised you.” Deuteronomy 11:18-21 TLB

It’s easy to see the lack of salvation in others when you work in the ministry. The job is to bring people to salvation, but you can’t forget about the salvation of your own family.

You must be willing and intentional in your family Bible studies. Your hierarchy should mirror something similar to this:

Your hierarchy of events | Family Bible Study | Noah

One of our biggest hurdles as parents (and for those who are ministry workers), will probably be knowing when to say “no,” to be committed to your family.

We hope this Bible study has blessed your family.

We want to encourage you to keep at it, you are not alone on this journey.

Remember, Moses didn’t lead the children of Israel out of Egypt in one day.

Noah didn’t build the ark overnight.

You can do it!

If you or your family needs prayer, or you would like for us to agree with you in prayer for something, visit us here. It would be our pleasure to pray and war with you.

[1] Psalms 37:4-5 TLB

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