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Free Bible Study Lesson || Reversing Course: Learning To Follow God

Free Bible Study Lesson || Reversing Course: Learning To Follow God


Here at YM360, we love giving away resources that can encourage and support you. It flows from our desire to equip and serve youth workers. So thanks for the opportunity!


Lesson Title: Reversing Course: Learning to follow God

Objective: To help students identify what running away from God looks like, and how to move toward living out God's will in their lives.

Scripture Focus: Jonah 1:1-9; 2:4-10; 3:6-10; 4:1-10

Overview: The Book of Jonah is one of the twelve minor prophet books in the Old Testament. (It's also one of three Old Testament books that are considered short stories, the other two being Esther and Ruth.) In Jonah, we see the Lord calling out to Jonah and giving him a simple message: go tell the people of Nineveh that judgment was coming. Nineveh was the capital of Assyria, a cruel enemy of Israel. Of course, you know that Jonah wasn't too excited about carrying out God's plan. More than likely your students know this, as well. But through re-examining this familiar story, your students will discover that following God is always the most important thing, even if the end result is not to their liking.

Suggested Uses:

  • Sunday mornings

  • Small group Bible studies

  • Can be adapted to fit any weekly large group youth gathering

What's Included?
Lesson/Teaching Plan, Student Hand Out