Welcome to the 2nd study in this series based on Obedience, you can click on the image or link below to download a pdf of this study. Thanks to a good friends suggestions, I changed up the format to flow more smoothly and added in some extra things as well.

A Character study: Obedience

Other books required for this study: The Bible (any version will do!)

Each day you will learn a verse, read a story where this sin is illustrated, then discuss the consequences of this sin followed up by the blessings of obedience. I encourage discussion with your children on ways they can help one another to stay free from this sin. Putting these ideas into practice on a daily basis will help them to become habit.

Our daily/weekly “Challenge” for this week: “Choose to obey God’s Word even when it’s hard”.

I have a sticker sheet and anyone caught making good choices, that’s right “caught making good choices” gets a sticker. I tend to only respond when someone is making bad decisions, and this helps me to focus on the good instead. Whoever has the most stickers at the end of the week gets a prize, and frankly if I think my kids are actually trying their best then everyone gets a prize.

Click here to see my other Character Studies

I hope this study blesses your family as it has mine!



  1. thank you, thank you, thank you!! I saw a friend of mine was following your blog last night and I am SO glad I checked out your site. I have just printed out the obedience character study and will be using it with my girls starting today. This has been a HUGE issue lately so again thank you thank you thank you!!!

  2. I just started "Obedience" today and really enjoyed reading the story of Shad, mesh, abed. Thank you for putting together such wonderful studies to help us teach our children important values. I refer people to your website all time. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.

  3. We loved the first one, I can’t even begin to tell you how you changed the atmosphere in our household! We are SO looking forward to doing this one now, and even the kids are all begging to do a our devotional time every night! Thanks for everything you do!!!!

    Jessica Evans
  4. YES!!! This is exactly what I needed.I have been trying to teach my child who is diagnosed with ODD/ADHD how to be obedient. Even though I keep telling her the ten commandments she still refuse to be obedient because her father decided to teach her to disobey my every word.It is a daily struggle.This will be great for my first year homeschooling. I can’t wait to present this to her. If you have any more studies like respect, being considerate, Cleaning up after self please let me know.

    Latoya Frazier

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