Free Youth Series on Holy Habits


This youth series on Holy Habits will teach your students how to establish spiritual disciplines, honor the Sabbath, read scripture, meditate, and fast.

We often contextualize habits in the category of health. We think of resolutions like cutting out sugar, running a 5k, lifting weights, or achieving a six-pack. Of course, these things are good, but they’re not the only habits we should intentionally foster.

When you hunger and thirst for righteousness, you are filled. You don’t find true fulfillment in new things, In this study, we are going to examine some Holy Habits. Just like healthy habits are good for our bodies, holy habits are good for our minds, emotions, and spirit. The theological word for Holy Habits is “spiritual discipline.” It’s where we derive our word “disciple.” The Greek word for “discipline” is “paideia,” which is closely related to “the rearing of a child.” Like helping a baby learn to walk, spiritual disciplines focus on gradual growth over time. In summary, spiritual disciplines are habits that help to cultivate spiritual health.


Sermon Series: This 4-part sermon series, “Holy Habits,” will help students learn how to establish God-honoring routines that lead to spiritual growth.

Small Group Guides: This 4-part written message series and small group discussion guide can be used in conjunction with the “Holy Habits” sermon series, or as four stand-alone small groups.

Devotional: This 7-day devotional on the Lord’s Prayer helps students learn how to pray like Jesus.

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