Goals: A 5 Lesson Bible Study for Students and Their Families

Do you want to help your children set achievable goals for this school year? This is a Bible study designed to help you do just that.

Using Scripture, this study is divided into five lessons that help you and your child create achievable goals in the areas of spiritual, physical, social, and academic growth. It can be completed individually or as a family, and is perfect for the week before the school year begins — but you can also do it whenever your schedule allows.

Interested? Click on the pdf file below to download it free.

May God bless you & your family as you raise your children to love the Lord and learn to keep Him first in all areas of life!


A 5 lesson Bible study for students on setting goals for the school yearGoals Bible Study (printable pdf)


If you enjoyed this study, be sure to check out the other Bible studies available here at Ministry Mom.  You can choose from a variety of free Bible reading plans, as well as a selection of more detailed hands-on Bible curriculum. 

Author: Cheri Gamble

Cheri Gamble is a minister's wife and mom to five boys who lives in Southwestern Lower Michigan. She and her husband, Tom, have been married for twenty-five years and they have been involved with vocational ministry for just as long. Cheri is the author of over 15 books including devotionals and hands-on Bible Curriculum. She enjoys serving the children and youth at her church as a Sunday School teacher, children's worship leader, and children's music and drama leader. She also works as the Outreach Ministries Director at LifePlan, an organization with the mission of "Spreading the Gospel by helping people choose life and live a Hope-filled life". In her free time, Cheri enjoys reading, writing, working on her blog, and watching football with her boys.

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