This article is in collaboration with Teach Sunday School.
Teach Sunday School offers a variety of Bible study tools for Sunday School teachers and homeschooling parents. From complete curriculum for teaching Bible Lessons to Christian parenting and more!
Do you need a craft activity to add to your Bible class or lesson? Teach Sunday School has crafts, timelines, maps, and many cut and color options. They even offer seasonal games, crafts, and activities such as the Easter Escape Room.
For homeschooling parents who want their children to study the Bible, Teach Sunday School offers a variety of Bible Printables. A few of these Printables are the 100 Bible Coloring Pages, the Bible Hero Fact Files, the Bible Virtues At-A- Glace, and the Books of the Bible at At-A-Glance.
The Book by Book Bible Breakdowns bundle includes the Old Testament books and the New Testament Books. Except for Mathew in the New Testament, every book’s breakdown is contained on one page.
Both the Old Testament and New Testament Breakdowns include a page with instructions on printing the pdf and a table of contents listing the page number for each book. This allows users to jump to the Bible book they are studying quickly.
All of the breakdowns are similarly laid out. The top half of the page contains background information such as who Matthew was or to whom Paul was writing in Romans.
This is followed by a row of colorful graphics listing the number of chapters, the type of book, the date written, the period covered, and the author.
The heart of the breakdown is the list of Book/Chapter/Verses and the Subject for that section. For example, Romans 7:14-25 lists the subject as “Two Natures in Believers Described.”
These printable breakdowns are the perfect Bible study tool for personal or group study.
Be sure to scroll down and read about the Crew members’ experience with Bible Breakdowns!
Thank you to Tess Hamre of Circling Through This Life for writing this article.
Tess had planned to balance a semi-professional career in theatre with being a wife and mother. God had other plans. She and her husband John have been married for 25 years and have four amazing daughters. She was first introduced to the idea of home education when her oldest daughter was a mere 14 months old. Three of her daughters have graduated their home school but Tess continues to home educate her medically fragile, special needs, miracle girl. Tess joined the crew in June 2010 as it began its 3rd year. She lives in wet, rainy, but beautiful western Washington with her family. You can find Tess blogging at Circling Through This Life.