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A speaker on Bible apologetics and a former public school teacher, Bryan has a passion to equip Christians of all ages with answers to defend their faith.
Answers Bible Curriculum is designed for each lesson to take approximately an hour. But what if your Sunday school class takes more or less time than that?
Answers Bible Curriculum users are adapting ABC to use in a variety of different ways including homeschool, Christian school, and for outreach to unbelievers.
Here are just a few of the testimonials we’ve received about Answers Bible Curriculum!
When children are taught Scripture from the beginning, it forms the basis for their thinking.
For many churches, the translation of the Bible used in their resources, including Sunday school curriculum, is very important to them.
Thanksgiving is a great time to remind the children in your church about why we’re thankful and who we’re thankful to—our Creator God!
Throughout the West there’s a growing epidemic of biblical illiteracy. People—sadly, including many Christians—simply don’t know what God’s Word teaches.
One of the unique aspects of Answers Bible Curriculum (ABC) is that it’s for the entire church, from preschool right through adult.
One of the most challenging aspects of children’s ministry is recruiting enough volunteers to teach and help in classrooms.
There are so many options available for Sunday school curriculums. How can you decide which curriculum to pick?
If you would like your church to switch to using ABC, you need to help your pastor and other leaders see the need for the curriculum.
What was life like in the pre-flood world? Let your imagination bring it to life as you enjoy our brand-new short film New Beginning.
This unique curriculum features apologetics (faith-defense teaching), biblical authority teaching, and a chronological approach.
One way to equip yourself and fellow believers in your church—including children starting in pre-school—is with our Sunday school curriculum.
Our culture’s views on issues such as gender, the sanctity of life, and more are changing. How can Christians know what and how to think about these issues?
Who came first? Moses or Abraham? Was the Tower of Babel or the account of Joseph in Egypt first? During which period of Israel’s history did Daniel live?
Today’s explosive attacks on marriage are driven by a sinister plot.
What makes the Creation Museum, Ark Encounter, and the message of AiG so powerful? And why are these two outreaches so inspiring to Christians and infuriating to atheists? Two words: biblical authority. You see, the core message of AiG is that all of God’s Word is true, from Genesis to Revelation!
Chronological teaching is a proven way to address biblical illiteracy. The author of this article taught Bible history in public schools for 13 years.
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