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This resource will take students on a Road Trip teaching them how to study the Bible through a simple journaling method.


Studying the Bible during their personal quiet time can be intimidating for teenagers. This resource includes a full night of programming (ice breaker game, teaching materials, and small group materials) will take students on a Road Trip teaching them how to study the Bible through a simple journaling method along the way. Each stop will build on each other to help students reach their destination of growing through God's Word.

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This Resource Includes:

  • Complete PowerPoint game file
  • Individual (10 round + instruction) game slides (jpeg files)
  • Title Slide (jpeg file)
  • 2700 word teaching manuscript
  • Teaching PowerPoint file
  • Small group materials
  • 14-day Bible reading plan
  • Social media graphics


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About this Product
"This resource has it all with a full ice breaker game, teaching guide, and small group materials you'll be covered for a full night of programming. Road Trip: This or That - Have students vote for which options they would rather choose each round. Students can vote by raising their hands (left hand for one answer, right hand for the other answer), stand or sit, or move to one side of the room, depending on their answer. Teaching - This guide helps you teach the journaling method to students. It's a great opportunity to share how God has used the Bible in your life and encourage students to put in the work to put their faith into practice through this important discipline. Small Groups - These materials are meant to help practice the journaling method in a small group. Have an adult leader walk through each step giving students a chance to ask questions and discuss what they are learning together. 14-Day Reading Plan - This plan can be printed out and sent home with students for them to start using the journaling method at home. This may be a good opportunity to send home Bibles and journals with students as a way to help them own this journey."
Dan Gifford

Dan Gifford

Hi! My name is Dan Gifford and I have been in student ministry for over 15 years. I love that DYM has created a space for me to share resources that I have created over the years with youth workers just like me. I hope you find my content helpful as you serve students and their families.