Jonah Reading Challenge for Young People Week One
For week one we have some challenges and resources based on the first chapter of Jonah.
Having read the first chapter can you answer these questions
Where did God tell Jonah to go?
What did God want Jonah to do there?
Why did Jonah get on the boat?
Jonah told the sailors that the storm was his fault – why did he think that?
Imagine that you are one of the sailors. Write a text message to tell one of your friends what happened today. (No more than 30 words!!)
Time to pray
Are there times when you are disobedient and don’t behave in the way God wants you to? Take time to say sorry to him and ask for his help now.
Lord Jesus, thank you that you are my friend and that you love me. I’m sorry that I don’t always do the right thing. In particular, I’m sorry for…….. Please help me to live in the way you want me to. Help me also to forgive people who are unkind to me. Amen
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Jonah Reading Challenge for Young People Week Two
Here are the resources for the second week of the Young Person's Summer Reading Challenge.ResourceTotal current bookmarks 0
Young Persons Jonah Summer Reading Challenge
As well as following the Bishop's summer reading challenge you may like to encourage your church's young people to follow their own version with this challenge designed by Suzanne Finch, from Christ Church Newburgh and St James Westhead.Course 4 PartsTotal current bookmarks 1