People of the New Testament | Bible Study

by Chris Wondree

peoplentAt Youth Ministry Conversations, we believe you know your group best. This means our resources look a little different than what you may have experienced in the past. We try and create a “buffet” of material so you can choose and pick what works best for your group. You will find ideas, instructions, and possibilities in this packet all related to the theme of “The People of the New Testament.” How you use them, and how you structure your study is up to you. We hope you enjoy this resource and return in the future to check out other materials.

This Study

This look at the New Testament’s lesser known figures is a great way to spark conversations about who the people of that time were. Each of these 10 lessons can be done in any order, as either stand alone or as part of the whole. Examine the characteristics that make them The People of the New Testament

Lessons Included:

1 Ananias and Sapphira – Integrity Page 3
2 Apollos – Ekklesia Page 7
3 Barnabas – Advocacy Page 11
4 Elizabeth – Playing Second Fiddle Page 15
5 Paul and Eutychus – (Lack of) Caring Page 19
6 Onesimus – Hospitality Page 23
7 Rhoda, the Servant – Everyone Matters Page 27
8 Simon of Cyrene – Take Action Page 31
9 The Widow of Nain – Restoration Page 35
10 Mary, Mother of Jesus – Humble and Called Page 39


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People of the New Testament is written by Chris Wondree

chris-wondreeChris Wondree is currently studying at Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond to receive his M. Div. He has worked in youth ministry since college both in the church and as a travel soccer coach. Chris is currently moving on from his role as Minister to Youth to take a position in the Pastoral Care department of a well-established retirement community in hopes to gain experience in chaplaincy before joining the Navy Reserve Chaplain corps, then return to Youth Ministry.