In Semester 3: Faithful Father, children will learn what it means to walk with God as they follow stories of the Israelites from the days of Joseph through the life of Moses. These fourteen lessons include topics such as forgiveness, trusting God’s provision, supporting one another, and living a life that reflects God’s glory. As God’s people journey from Egypt into the wilderness, children will discover the abundant provision, protection, and love of their faithful Father who will never leave them.
Semester 2 Overview
Semester 2 highlights stories from the first 33 chapters of Genesis, from the creation account to Jacob’s return to the Promised Land. Through these lessons, children will take away an understanding of man’s nature and the nature of God and His purpose for man. They will see that, because God is our source of life, when man chose to sin and separate himself from God, he separated himself from Life. However, instead of allowing man to remain in sin and death, God pursued a people to set apart for Himself and restore to a life of freedom. As we follow Christ and seek Him above all else, trusting and depending on Him, we can live in that freedom and experience the fullness of the joy that He so delights to give.
Semester 1 Overview
This semester lays a solid foundation upon which a Christian can build their life. As you progress through each lesson, you will lead children to discover the wonders of who God is and the incredible treasure
of His Word. Each topic guides students to not only know God, but also understand how the truth about Him practically impacts their day-to-day lives. Throughout this semester, children will encounter God as the righteous and holy Lord, yet the merciful and humble Shepherd. They will hear of the One who is Truth and has given His Word to us as a guide and authority for our lives. Most of all, they will learn of the loving Savior who came to give His life so we might live.
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