Bible Study Topics

Bible study topics can be something very easy to come up with but there are also times when coming up with a good topic can be actually difficult. It’s just like a writer’s block, sometimes a great author just can’t seem to put the pen to the paper and come up with something that they like. And there are times when a youth minister or youth leader just can’t come up with interesting Bible study topics to share with their youth ministry.

  • Abortion
  • Addiction
  • Adultery
  • Advice
  • Astrology
  • Atheism
  • Baptism
  • Belief
  • Bible
  • Blasphemy
  • Circumcision
  • Comfort
  • Communion
  • Conceit
  • Courtesy
  • Coveting
  • Despair
  • Disease
  • Diviner
  • Divorce
  • Envy
  • Eternal Life
  • Evolution
  • Exhortation
  • Faith
  • Fasting
  • Fear
  • Finances
  • Forgiveness
  • Guilt
  • Grief
  • Happiness
  • Heaven
  • Hell
  • Holy Spirit
  • Homosexuality
  • Hypocrisy
  • Immortality
  • Impatience
  • Insanity
  • Justice
  • Kidnapping
  • Kindness
  • Lawsuits
  • Laziness
  • Leaven
  • Love
  • Lucifer
  • Lust
  • Marriage
  • Masturbation
  • Medicine
  • Meditation
  • Mercy
  • Money
  • Obedience
  • Poverty
  • Praise
  • Prayer
  • Pregnancy
  • Racism
  • Rape
  • Readiness
  • Redemption
  • Regeneration
  • Religion
  • Romance
  • Sadducees
  • Singing
  • Slander
  • Soul
  • Speech
  • Strife
  • Success
  • Suffering
  • Suicide
  • Teamwork
  • Temperance
  • Temptation
  • Truth
  • Unbelief
  • Unity
  • Unmarried
  • Vanity
  • Vengeance
  • Vows
  • War
  • Weakness
  • Wisdom
  • Worry
  • Worship

Here are a few tips for you to use when coming up with interesting Bible study topics to share with your youth ministry.

First and foremost you should make sure that every topic that you come up with has relevance with teens today. If you are teens can connect with the topic that you have come up with for them to study than they are more likely to be interested and participate to the fullest extent. A great way to find out what is interesting to your students is to simply ask them. Here is a great way to generate interesting Bible study topics.
At the beginning of one class give each student a pen and a piece of paper. Have them write down five topics that they would like to have your youth ministry cover in the next few weeks. If your youth ministry has just 10 members and each of your students wrote down five topics, all of a sudden you now have 50 different topics to get you started.

The Bible study topics that you come up with and share with your youth ministry should also be timely. So if there is something happening in the world that is making big news, use that as a topic to connect with Scripture to share with your students. By making sure that your Bible study topics are timely you instantly create a connection with the material that you are teaching to the world that we are living in.
Your Bible study topics should also allow for open debate within your youth ministry. There was nothing wrong with being a little controversial with a topic that you deliver. I’ve been a little controversial, you can almost guarantee that you will have a great open discussion with your youth group at the end of the lesson.
Bible study topics should always be interesting and should always be taught with the enthusiasm that you have for our Lord Jesus Christ. If your passion and your love for God shines through in the material that you are teaching to your students, even if the topic is a little boring or mundane, you can capture your students attention and imagination with your presentation.

No matter what Bible study topics you choose to share with your youth ministry keep in mind that the most important part of any lesson is that it is founded strongly on Scripture and the teachings of Jesus Christ. Have fun with the Bible study topics that you choose to share with your students and do your best to lead them to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

A few more tips that you should keep in mind when you are creating Bible study topics. Make sure that all Bible study topics you teach are fun and creative. Make sure that the Bible study topics you are teaching really engage students from the start. Keep your Bible study topics laser targeted without too many points that you are trying to convey. Your Bible study topics should have one or two major focuses that you want to teach your students. The Bible study topics should not be very long. Teenagers have short attention spans, and it doesn’t matter where they are, if something is going on too long you’re going to lose them, so keep your Bible study topics short.

One last point, when you are coming up with your Bible study topics. Make sure that your Bible study topics convey your love for Jesus Christ. When your students see that you love Jesus Christ through your various Bible study topics, you will be able to make a bond with your students during your Bible study topics a lot easier. They will see that your love and passion for Jesus Christ shows at all times including when you are teaching the Bible study topics. And if your love and passion shows through while you are teaching the Bible study topics, they will know that you are for true with what you teach. The Bible study topics should be an extension of your love and passion for the word of God. So when you are teaching your Bible study topics let that shine through.