Juniors/Teens (10 – 14)

  • Junior Power Points – GraceLinks Lesson Resources for ages 10-12  in English, French and Spanish in the Gracelinks series. The current student lesson is on the home page.

GraceLinks Curriculum

Image © Lars Justinen from GoodSalt.com

Image © Lars Justinen from GoodSalt.com

  • Real-time Faith – Gracelink Lesson Resources for ages 13-14in English, French and Spanish. These are mainly for larger churches which separate Junior and Earliteen classes. In smaller churches, this age group is usually combined with the Junior group, using a 4-year curriculum, or with the Youth group. The current student lesson is on the home page.

My Bible First  Junior/Teen Curriculum

Junior/Teen Bible Lessons 3-year cycle for ages 10 and up. It presents the plan of salvation in chronological order from Genesis to Revelation in the context of Bible stories. The last two quarters cover Reformation history and early Advent church history. In addition, Bible doctrines are presented in the context of the stories. Illustrations are true-to-life, rather than comic format.

 Young Disciple Curriculum for Juniors & Teens (Grades 5-8)

  • Daily Bible Study Lessons with a focus on teaching Juniors and Teens how to study the Bible for themselves and how to build their own relationship with Jesus. Available as hard-copy quarterlies or electronic downloads.
  • Teacher Helps available in hard-copy or through electronic downloads.  Included are tips and ideas for teaching the Young Disciple Bible lesson, detailed lesson plans for each week, fun and educational activities to get your class involved, ideas to help you spiritually challenge your class and discussion prompts for teaching the YD lessons to older youth.
  • Young Disciple magazine, an alternative to Guide magazine, with contemporary stories, but with realistic graphics. Aims to encourage kids to have their own relationship with Jesus. Sample copies of the magazine are available for free download. This magazine has been well received by the targeted age group in several churches we have seen it used. 
  • Program Helps In the Young Disciple Program Helps, you’ll find suggestions for everything from room décor to organizing your program. Included are ideas for song service, prayer time, missions, Bible memory activities, sword drills, and a weekly special feature. You’ll also find a section especially for leaders of older youth.

Other Resources

52 Sabbath Activities for Teen Groups: A Resource of Proven, Surefire, Guaranteed-Fun Activities That Make Sabbaths Unforgettable for Youth (On Amazon.com). Also available on Amazon UK and on Amazon Canada.

For Stories for all ages, see our Stories Page

Challenge the leadership of your church to allow Juniors and Teens to tell the Children’s Story for the worship service. If you’ll help them get ready and to act out the stories as the inimitable Eric B. Hare   did (see Stories page), they’ll love it, and they’ll probably have good ideas of their own.

High-school Age (14 – 18)



Juniors – Teens — 17 Comments

  1. Abby, Could you be more specific. The link to PowerPoints is working for me. Please bear in mind that resources lists on this page are links to other sites not under our control. While we are happy to list them, we appreciate being told when something is not working. However, if there is a problem with the linked site it is best to report it to the owner/webmaster for that particular site. We cannot fix websites other than our own.

  2. Sabbath School Net has nothing to do with the Juniors-teens. We simply provide a link to the appropriate websites as a service. If you have an issue with one of their resources it is probably best to contact gracelink.net

    I have checked the site myself and it does appear to be down at the moment so I suggest you wait a few hours and try again.

  3. HI Glenis, Sabbath School Net is not part of the Church's Sabbath School Organisation. We are an independent group of lay folk who promote and provide resources for the study of the adult Sabbath Lesson. We provide the links that you see on this page simply as a service.

    We suggest that if you would like to get more information from the organisations behind these links that you contact them directly. They will be in a better position to respond to your request than us.

  4. Sabbath School Net only provides links to the sites on this page. I suggest you contact the providers responsible for the puzzle with your concern.

  5. Thanks for the feedback Jay. Your comment is the first feedback that we have had that these sites are unreliable. There has been the occasion outage of course. We provide the links as a resource but are not direct users ourselves. If we continue to get such reports we will contact them ourselves but suggest that those users having problems who rely on those sites should contact their webmasters directly because they can give more details about the unreliability. We can only relay second-hand information without the detail.

  6. Sabbath School Net only provide links to these resource website. If you have an issue with the way they deliver, we suggest you contact the papge providers. Most of them give a contact section.

  7. Please make the stories in the lesson shorter. It is way to long. The adult lesson story isnt that long why is the kids story so long. Please make it short and spicy

    • Please understand that these links to the children's lessons are just that. Sabbath School Net does not write the lessons. Consequently, any comments written on this page are not read by the authors. If you have an issue that you want to take up with the authors/publishers about these lessons, I suggest you go to their web page and look for their contact details. There you can make your suggestions where they are likely to be heard.

  8. I will provide a different perspective. Thank you for the links to various sites. I’ve recently been asked to teach classes at our church and was surprised at the challenge of finding resources. I stumbled upon this site and it’s been great! If you think the stories or lesson is too long, shorten it yourself! I see these lessons as a framework, much like the adult SS lessons. Use them as a starting point to a deeper search and discussion with kids. Hopefully us teachers will learn something as well!

  9. HI, I find the information and the links t Bible study resources in this website very helpful and a starting point for discovery, both for the teaches and the children. May I ask if there can be a clarification on the exact age from the Beginners to Early teens? I find different sites have different age brackets for the same classes. Be blessed for this great work.

    • Once again, can you be more specific. I tried out the links myself and found many resources I could download free.

      Just a reminder: Sabbath School Net is not a department of the church organisation. We are an independent ministry and provide links to these resources as a service and in good faith. If you find a link that is not working please let us know the detail so that we can either fix it or remove it. If you have difficulties or issues with the linked site itself you should contact the owner of the site, rather than Sabbath School Net.

  10. The website for juniors is so good and helpful. I have managed to prepare daily lesson for my powerpoint students.
    But i have failed to open the 4 quarter 2022 missionary story. I do not know what is the problem..?

  11. Hi Pam, Sabbath School Net only provides links to these sites as a service to our readers. We have nothing to do with their operation. You should be able to contact their administrators through their website. Please bear in mind that over the new year many people are on leave and sometimes things do not go according to schedule.


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