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Access our 8 week middle school and high school curriculum on the value of human life in the Bible.

What does God say about Life?

Life from conception to final breath has value and purpose. It is our hope and responsibility to equip the next generation with knowledge and compassion as they face real world issues.

Based on Scripture

This study includes over 40 individual scriptures as well as several Biblical accounts that speak to the problem of sin and the character of God. Students are instructed after reading the passages to consider what each one teaches them about God.

Discussion Questions

Students are prompted with a variety of both icebreaker questions and in depth spiritual questions to help facilitate discussion and give students the opportunity to think deeply about their own preconceptions of life and whether they are in line with the Bible or with the culture.

Practical Applications

Topics surrounding abortion and generational value are real and present for many middle schoolers and high schoolers. They are likely hearing about these topics at school, in the media, and online. By providing Biblical knowledge and realistic applications, we are equipping youth to make a difference.

Is This Study Right for Your Group?

Are you wondering what God has to say about the value of life? Does your church desire to be more informed and proactive about caring for others at every stage of their life?

Are you grappling with questions about: 

  • Life in the Womb (Ecclesiastes 3:11, Psalm 139:16)
  • God’s purpose for every human life (Revelation 4:11, Jeremiah 1:5)
  • How we can be the hands and feet of Jesus to those who are considering or who have already chosen abortion (2 Corinthians 5:17, Lamentations 3:22)

Our 8-week guide can help you address these questions and more with your group.

If you want to do a study with your group about the sanctity of life that does not include mention of abortion, we have an altered edition for more sensitive audiences. Email Sarah at to get access to this abridged guide.