I always get super excited for Lent and Advent because it’s SO EASY to study the Bible with a plethora of choices during those times of the year.
It’s often difficult to find good Bible studies during the summer months when schedules so often go out the window.
The kids took a break from their Bible workbooks for the summer.
Summer is for slowing down and enjoying the outdoors, re-evaluating our homeschool and family priorities, having lazy late suppers and staying up late with the sunshine.
Churches often put Sunday school on hold since so many people are traveling and attendance is down and it saves on costs of materials.
But that doesn’t mean we don’t read or study any Bible at all.
Our summer Bible studies:
My middle girls are continuing with the History Lives series, reading Courage and Conviction.
I’ve been writing through scripture with FREE monthly plans from Sweet Blessings.
Every evening, we use the Pray Now app and read scripture, writings of church fathers, and a section from The Book of Concord. I like the format. My grandmother was Lutheran, but we don’t really adhere to a denomination.
We also have a Bible basket with lots of resources on missionaries, martyrs, prayer, memorization, and different Bibles. We utilize these most mornings.
Other fun Bible studies we’ve done in our homeschool:
Grapevine Bible Studies
Apologia What We Believe series