Preschoolers

NewTestaments Stories for Young Children: The New Testament beautifully unfolds the wonder and power of Jesus Christ. This curriculum explores the greatness of God in Christ by noting key themes found chronologically throughout the New Testament. Bible stories are not written out; teachers prepare the lesson through the study of scripture using a list of key themes, opening illustrations, and application questions to acquaint children with a great God who has spoken by His Son.

K - 1st Grades

Jesus, What a Savior!
A Study for Children on the Redemption:  Our children (like us) are helpless sinners, deserving of God’s eternal wrath. Children need to hear this truth so that they, like us, can turn to the perfect and only remedy—the free gift of salvation through Jesus the Savior!  Jesus, What a Savior! is designed to present the material, including Bible stories, in a way that proclaims the centrality of the greatness and worth of God. This chronological study on redemption focuses on God’s revelation of His Son, Jesus, as the one and only hope for desperate sinners—the good news of the Gospel!

2nd - 4th Grades

Teachers: Sherry Swing, Chessa Beasley  Room 104

Faithful to All His Promises

God's promises are gifts to the believer. The challenge of the Christian life is not to simply know the promises of God, but to place unshakable confidence in them. This study teaches children that God's character is trustworthy; therefore, His promises are true and reliable.

5th - 6th Grades

Teachers: Anne Gilmore, Leslie Lynch   Room 108

To Be Like Jesus

What is salvation? How does someone become a Christian? What does it mean to become like Jesus? This curriculum helps answer these important questions by explaining elements of the Gospel message, its purpose, and promise. A major portion of this study focuses on the doctrine of sanctification - the process by which a Christian becomes more and more conformed to the likeness of Jesus.

7th - 8th Grades

Teachers: Doug and Susan Cheek Room 107

Teach Me Your Way

This study encourages students to surrender to Jesus in salvation and submit their minds, hearts, and wills to His way in obedience. The curriculum focus is on the need for salvation, and on God’s work in making idolaters into worshipers of Himself, then students examine the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7), focusing on the inward heart attitude of a person who is submitted to Christ and His ways.