Adult Bible Classes Age Divisions Teacher Training Resources
 

Needs at the various stages of adult life vary, presenting teachers of adult Bible classes with unique opportunities to show how God's Word addresses their needs and guides them through decisions they must make and challenges they will face.

adult age division

Click below to find teacher training resources for the following adult age divisions:

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 Young Adults, including College & Career
 

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  • Age Level Characteristics: Adults Module Download by Ministry Tools Resource Center
     

    Two of the four adult age levels included in this resource relate to young adults. For each age level you will find an introductory article about that age level, a one page overview of their age level characteristics, and a worksheet with the characteristics to use to assess one's teaching in light of their implications and determine steps to take to improve. The following article titles represent each of the age levels:

    • Paint the right picture when teaching College and Career age.
    • What young adults, ages 25-40, need as they try to navigate life's responsibilities and challenges
       
      (This module is from the Age Level Characteristics Download which includes 11 age brackets from infants to older adults.)
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 Middle-Aged Adults
 

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  • Age Level Characteristics: Adults Module Download by Ministry Tools Resource Center
     

    One of the four adult age levels included in this resource relates to middle-aged adults. For this age level you will find an introductory article about that age level, a one page overview of their age level characteristics, and a worksheet with the characteristics to use to assess one's teaching in light of their implications and determine steps to take to improve. The following article title represents this age level:

    • To Dread or to Embrace? --That is the Question for Middle Aged Adults
       
      (This module is from the Age Level Characteristics Download which includes 11 age brackets from infants to older adults.)
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 Older Adults - Seniors
 

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  • Age Level Characteristics: Adults Module Download by Ministry Tools Resource Center
     

    One of the four adult age levels included in this resource relates to older-aged adults. For this age level you will find an introductory article about that age level, a one page overview of their age level characteristics, and a worksheet with the characteristics to use to assess one's teaching in light of their implications and determine steps to take to improve. The following article title represents this age level:

    • Our senior adults need to feel important, like their contribution still matters --because it does!
       
      (This module is from the Age Level Characteristics Download which includes 11 age brackets from infants to older adults.)
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