Christian education isn't simply teaching another the facts of the Bible. The challenge is how to teach the reality of God such that
the student would: a) believe that the Bible's invisible God truly exists, b) place a trust in His words, and c) desire to "be holy as
God is holy".
How do you teach and inspire another to make faith in Jesus Christ their own?
How do you present the Bible so that it would engender a trust in God's word?
How can the holiness of God's moral standard be appreciated and embraced for the goodness of it?
The curriculum we offer is intended to be a compliment to the vast variety of teaching curriculums available. With a wide selection of
lessons, a teacher may select the lesson best suited for Sunday School students, their family devotions, kids programs, or any Bible study
Our approach to the curriculum is the following:
1. Familiarize the student of the historical events of the Bible at an early age.
2. Teach biblical hermeneutics so that the student can learn how to read the Bible, discern the truth of God's word,
and develop a coherent and logical theology on their own.
3. Introduce, as evidence, biblical archaeology and ancient history that the student can check for themselves of the
historical truth of the Bible's people, places, and events.
4. If we can help students read the Bible better, then the Holy Spirit will teach the student what they need to know
How to use this curriculum:
1. The web page lesson essentially represents the lesson that will be covered in class.
2. Click the Lesson Abstract, in the upper right corner, to see a side panel of the lesson's approach,
hermeneutic objective, and theological objective.
3. Click the Class Lesson / Teacher Notes to see a new window containing a print ready PDF file that
initially shows the Class Lesson. By scrolling down the same PDF file, the Teacher Note can be seen. The Teacher Note
serves as a suggested teaching approach, and we would encourage you to use your love and skills to tailor the lesson to teach the students
in the most effective manner.
4. While each lesson is associated with certain school grades, teachers are encouraged to review any lesson and use
the one they consider most appropriate.
5. To keep parents abreast with the class, the Teacher Notes can be printed and handed out or parents can be directed
to the URL of the Teacher Notes appended at the end of each class lesson.
6. All lessons are listed in an index; this means that both teacher and parent can view the same curriculum, and, if
desired, a teacher can assign homework for a topic that won't be taught in class.
7. How well you teach depends on how well you yourself understand the material - take the time to prepare! If you need
to deeper understanding about a topic, you'll find that in-depth Bible study information in our
Topics for Study.
8. This material can be used for any teaching opportunity.
While much of our content was developed in house, this curriculum would not be complete without the work of other Believers serving God
elsewhere, and we would like to acknowledge and thank them for their love and service to God.