This week we are challenging the 5th and 6th graders and any other kids who are interested to read the entire gospel of Luke along with the rest of the congregation. They’ll be using the same reading plan. But we wanted to show you this other super cool resource we created. We created a SOAP sheet. It looks like this…
Do you need a SOAP sheet to do the SOAP Bible Study method? Nope. But it’s kind of fun for those more visually minded. You can SOAP in a notebook, on the computer, or just in your head. BUT if you are in RiverKids you can earn Bible Bucks for filling out a SOAP Sheet. Or just participating in the Daily Bible Reading Plan.
If you are wondering what in the world SOAP is (other than the slippery stuff you clean things with) it is just a super simple way to study Scripture and its on the back of the Daily Bible Reading bookmarks.
And unlike the cereal Trix, these aren’t only for kids. If you’re a grown up you can use them too. You can even use different colored pens. There will be copies downstairs outside the 5th and 6th grade classroom, but you can print your own here. Read together as a family. Encourage your kids to read along with you! Talk about what you read. This is what discipleship looks
Deuteronomy 11:19 “Teach them to your children, talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.”