Our mission is to inspire you, our partners, with a biblical vision of ministry and equip you with resources for the comprehensive discipleship of the next generation. In order to equip you, we need to deliver those resources to you. Most curriculum resources are available in either print or electronic format. Recently, we introduced a new delivery system for our electronic resources with new and improved features. ... 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
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
Summer tends to be a good time for reading to refresh and energize the soul. This summer, the uncertain path to reopening communities may make reading easier to fit into our schedules, but it will also make reflective reading more important for preparing our hearts and minds for the rest of the year.
As you plan your summer reading, consider including resources from Truth78 written to inspire and equip you to disciple the next generation.
“Zealous” is not a word you hear very often. Yet we are seeing it in action all around us. The current events have called for measures that are intense, vigorous, passionate, earnest…zealous. Even handwashing is being done with a renewed sense of fervency. We are being reminded that half-hearted, apathetical responses simply cannot combat life and death realities. Zeal is needed.
But the need for zeal is especially called for when it comes to grounding our children in the gospel.
We need to train our children from a young age to appreciate and participate in the worship service. To do this, they need to be in the worship service. Church services give us the opportunity to come into the presence of God with other people of God, both young and old. As children observe and join believers in worship, they learn to focus on God and see His greatness (learn more at Children in the Church Service).
Genevieve de Deugd, mother of eight, was looking for a way to teach her children about the names of God when she found God’s Names. What struck her as she read it aloud to her children, ages 0-10, was how providential their reading was for their circumstances. “We seem to always be reading the exact chapter we need for whatever issue we are facing at the time,” she said. “This has happened over and over and over again!”
En Truth78 estamos complacidos de anunciar el lanzamiento de la nueva versión revisada de ¡Jesús, Cuán Salvador! Un estudio para niños acerca de la Redención, un currículo de 40 semanas para 5 años - 7 años
Do your children and students understand the meaning and significance of this text? Do they grasp how it daily applies to the Christian life?
Fight the good fight of the faith. Take hold of the eternal life to which you were called and about which you made the good confession in the presence of many witnesses. (1 Timothy 6:12)
My children have many wonderful and notable memories with their dad. My husband was actively involved in their lives in so many different ways. But one particular memory stands out as unique and life-giving to both dad and children—the nightly blessing and prayer time. Every night, my husband said a blessing over our children and prayed with and for them. By the time our children reached adulthood, they had received more than 5,000 blessings from their father.