When we commissioned research for my coauthored book Already Gone in 2009, we discovered that many young people are leaving the church because of doubts about the Bible. We also discovered that, in general, Sunday school is actually making things worse, not better. So we decided to develop a chronological Sunday school Bible curriculum that would teach young people how to think biblically and would provide them with strong apologetics to answer the skeptical questions of this day. That curriculum is Answers Bible Curriculum (ABC).
Churches across the country use ABC and are excited about the impact it’s making on their congregations, especially their young people. Well, Ryan Frank of KidzMatter—good friends of Answers in Genesis—recently featured ABC in a “2016 Curriculum Highlights” video.
You can learn more about Answers Bible Curriculum on our website.
KidzMatter was at the Creation Museum this week for a special conference, Kidmin Academy LIVE. I spoke at this conference, and attendees even got an opportunity to visit the full-size Noah’s Ark at Ark Encounter, located just 45 minutes from the Creation Museum.
The Wild brothers and their parents, homeschooling missionaries serving in Southeast Asia with an unreached people group, also made a guest appearance at this conference.
If you would like an opportunity to meet the Wild brothers, the stars of AiG’s reality DVD series, you are invited to join us for a special event at the Florence, Kentucky, campus of Grace Fellowship Church (near I-75, off exit 178) this evening, September 30, at 7 p.m. You’ll get an opportunity to meet the Wild family and view an exclusive premiere of their newest DVD adventure, Changes in Latitude. Learn more about this free event at Grace Fellowship Church’s website.
Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,
This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.