One of the most important decisions a church makes regarding children’s ministry is what curricula to use for Sunday school and other mid-week programs. There are so many options available! What criteria should your decision be based upon? What is most fundamental and critically important?
The Fighter Verses Study will help guide you through key Scripture passages, arming you with tools to strengthen your faith in Christ and equipping you to fight the fight of faith in 2021. Based on the verses in Set One of the Fighter Verses Bible memory program, the study can be used as a family devotional, small group discussion, or personal study. Thought-provoking questions throughout each lesson will spur you on to dig deeper into Scripture as you support and encourage one another through the battles of life.
Children, like most of us, are intrigued by mysteries. Mysteries tend to pique our curiosity and excite our minds: What happened? Who did it? Why?...and more. We like to figure things out and find the solution. At the opening of the In the Beginning...Jesus curriculum, we lead students to solve a historical, real-life mystery—one of eternal importance that is critical to their own lives.... More
We're excited to announce the release of a newly revised edition of In the Beginning...Jesus this August along with an improved poster that's available for use now.... More
With all the disruptions of the past few months, many churches are just getting started considering options for the coming Sunday school year. One of the biggest decisions is deciding which curricula to use for children and youth. As your church carefully and prayerfully evaluates the various options, we’d like to offer 20 benefits our curricula offers.... More
Our intergenerational curriculum Lord,Teach Us to Pray provides a timely study on the Lord's prayer and the new Family Kit designed to be used in conjunction with the curriculum provides flexibility for various teaching arrangements.... More
We are so thankful for our many long-term ministry partners who have been using our curricula for years. You eagerly jumped in and began teaching our curricula even before we had fully completed our scope and sequence. Since those early days we have had time to start the process of improving our curricula—making them more teacher and student friendly. What’s the difference between the older versions and the newer revised curricula? Why upgrade the old to the new after all these years?
Are you aware that Truth78 has two wonderful curriculum options for summer Sunday school? And did you know that they have been intentionally designed to include ages 6 years old through adulthood?
Lord, Teach Us to Pray is a study for children and adults on the Lord’s Prayer.
The Righteous Shall Live by Faith is a study for children and adults on the Ten Commandments.
While either of these 13-week curricula can be easily adapted for use in a class for children only, there are many benefits to having an intergenerational class. As Sally Michael explains,
I think God’s intent for the generations is that we should bless one another, support one another, encourage
The idea of a “launching pad” was familiar imagery used by John Piper in the many years our family sat under his preaching. In a particularly memorable sermon, “Raising Children Who Hope in the Triumph of God,” Pastor John said,
I confess that I have gotten very excited about being a father as I have been thinking this week about what a family is and what it's for in God's great design for the world. I get excited
Although the Gospel reached the Manipuri people in northeastern India in 1894, they didn’t have any Sunday School material until this year. This fall, Suresh Singh of Partners in Discipleship International (PDI) visited the Truth78 team and presented the first printed copy of any curriculum in the Manipuri language, He Established a Testimony, Truth78’s Old Testament stories for young children.