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Struggling to fight off the me-first "gimmie" attitude that consumes kids today?

In a world of instant gratification, upside down priorities, and exonerated selfies, we need something to help our kids as they strive for true contentment in their lives.

We need a better understanding of what God's Word says regarding this matter.


About The Study

Practical and realistic help

A Content Heart is a 22-lesson Bible study helping kids and teens to find godly contentment in a me-first world. Students will go on a journey through Scripture learning how to practically and realistically find contentment with themselves, their circumstances and their worldly possessions.

For family or individual use

This study is written for families to work through together either in devotions or homeschool Bible time. Each member of the family works on his/her level, while studying the same topic each day. The Youth version is written for students to complete on their own, if desired, and is recommended for ages 8 and up. The Junior version is written for ages 4-8 with the student contributing primarily through drawing.

Lays a strong Biblical foundation

True contentment is a life-long commitment of faith, but the right foundation will equip kids to be joyful and thankful in everything that God gives! This study offers a daily look at Scripture that will lay this foundation our kids so desperately need. Students are required to look up the verses, making the study a great fit for any translation of the Bible. 

Start building today!

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About The Author

Kim Sorgius, author and creator of Not Consumed Blog, is a single homeschooling mom of 4. She earned her M. Ed. in Early Childhood and Curriculum Development from USF and spent 10 years in the public school system before taking on her biggest challenge and blessing, motherhood. She feels honored that God has called her to teach, encourage, and equip parents as they strive to build victorious families. Kim has written many best-selling Bible studies helping parents disciple their children, as well as parenting resources Not A Statistic and Single Mom Homeschooling

A Content Heart

We can't bribe, punish, or shame our kids into being truly grateful in all circumstances.  We need God's Word to permeate their hearts!

Say goodbye to the "gimmies" today!