Now Available: Blood, Grain, and Fire

Positive Action Bible Curriculum, Oct. 3, 2023
Now Available: Blood, Grain, and Fire

Blood, Grain, and Fire: Sacrifice in Leviticus, our new 5-lesson Hot Shot, is now available.

This study examines five sacrifices in Leviticus. God prescribed these rituals to teach Israel important lessons on atonement, providence, reconciliation, forgiveness, and repentance. As we understand these doctrines, we too can offer sacrifices—not of animals or grain, but of praise to God (Heb. 13:15).

Who Is This For?

Sometimes youth leaders need a short series to fill a gap in the calendar. Maybe a youth leader wants to try something different. Designed for teachers of teens, Hot Shots can be used in Sunday school, small group Bible studies, and Christian school chapel settings.

How Does It Work?

Because Hot Shots are self-contained, you will only need to purchase one Hot Shot booklet—available in print or PDF.

Each lesson, which takes approximately 30–45 minutes, follows the same format.

  • The Warm-Up introduces the lesson topic to your students through activities such as songs, games, handouts, and discussion questions.
  • The Bridge transitions from The Warm-Up to the main text of Scripture for the lesson.
  • The Content introduces and expands the main points. Throughout the lesson, you’ll use handouts and discussion questions to help students internalize what they’ve heard.
  • The Closing concludes the lesson by reviewing the main points and applying them to your students’ lives.

All handouts are included in the booklet and may be copied for participant use. The handouts are also available as a free PDF.

You can easily present points from the Teacher’s Lesson using the free presentations. These slides are editable, so you can adapt the presentations with your own pictures and lesson content. The slides are available in PowerPoint, Keynote, or PDF formats.

To purchase or to download the presentation slides and free samples, see the product page available via the link below.

Blood, Grain, and Fire
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