Children’s Ministry Curriculum That Really Teaches the Bible (and helps kids live it)

Children’s Ministry Curriculum That Really Teaches the Bible (and helps kids live it)

God’s word is exciting and life changing. The way kids learn it can be too.

In-depth Bible Understanding—Kids learn the Bible in detail, not just the same few stories.

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This is no survey or selection of Bible stories. Engage curriculum covers the entire Bible narrative in considerable detail, studying some Old Testament and some New Testament each year.

Review games and a simple time line help kids understand where they are in the Bible history at all times.

All ages learn the same Bible text at the same time, completing the Bible in 208 lessons (4 years).

The Plan

Active and Interactive—Yes, real Bible study can be this active and fun!

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We know real, in-depth Bible study and active fun aren’t usually thought to go together, but these lessons are loaded with a variety of simple, often exciting activities that actually help learning, not distract from it.

Gospel Centered—Every lesson, Old Testament and New Testament, points to Jesus.

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Jesus is at the center of the Bible. Students don’t forget this, even when they are studying Abraham, Joshua, or Jehoshaphat. They not only learn to see the good news of Jesus reflected all through Scripture, they learn to live every part of their lives in light of the good news.

Training for Life—Kids not only apply the Bible text to their lives, they learn HOW to.

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It is not just our goal to help kids learn the Bible and apply it to life now. (Though we certainly want to do that!) We want to help them gain the desire and skills to read the Bible for themselves, understand it, and apply it to their own lives for the rest of their lives.

The application activities are designed with this goal in mind.

Big Picture—Kids interact with a large time line and other visuals to understand the overall story and chronology of the Bible.

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This is an in-depth study of the Bible, but it is important for students (and adults!) to understand the overall story and how the event or teaching they are studying right now fits into it.

With the interactive Wall Maps and Time Line and the Bible Book Summary Cards, students get context. They see that the Bible is not a collection of disconnected stories, but one story–God’s story!

Choose an age group to find out how to use Engage Bible Curriculum with your Sunday School or Mid-Week Ministry.

If you need two lessons per week or more, check out the 416 lesson Bible Study Guide curriculum.