Family Worship Resources

Family Worship Resources are created to help you read, study the Bible, pray, and worship together as a family. It also includes helpful tips for making family worship appropriate for children of different ages. See below to find our current resources to assist you with Family Worship.

 

7/10 Saul disobeys God

This Week: As a family, read 1 Samuel 13:1–15:35.
Principle: God’s Word is authoritative and must be obeyed.
Ask Your Child: How did Saul try to justify his actions?
Apply: By submitting to the authority of God’s Word and obeying it completely.


7/17 God sees David’s heart

This Week: As a family, read 1 Samuel 16:1–23.
Principle: God sees the hearts of all men.
Ask Your Child: How is God’s view of man different from ours?
Apply: By examining his heart and learning what pleases the Lord.


7/24 David fights for God’s honor

This Week: As a family, read 1 Samuel 17:1–58.
Principle: Believers must live for the Lord’s glory.
Ask Your Child: How did David defend God’s honor?
Apply: By glorifying God with his or her actions and thoughts.

7/31 Review

 

8/7 Family Service

 


8/14 God gives David a friend

This Week: As a family, read portions of 1 Samuel 18:1–20:42.
Principle: Relationships are a gift from God.
Ask Your Child: What kind of relationship did David have with Saul and Jonathan?
Apply: By trusting that God is sovereign over the relationships in his or her life.


8/21 God judges between David and Saul

This Week: As a family, read 1 Samuel 24:1–22.
Principle: God’s Word is the standard of right and wrong.
Ask Your Child: Why did David not kill Saul when he had the opportunity?
Apply: By trusting Scripture over the advice of other people.



8/28 God makes David king

This Week: As a family, read 2 Samuel 1:1–2:7.
Principle: God’s plan includes the death of the righteous and the wicked.
Ask Your Child: How did David react to the death of Saul and Jonathan?
Apply: By praying for the salvation of unbelievers.