In the fall, many churches resume their regular Sunday school curriculum after a summer break. If that’s your church, now is a great time to consider changing up what you do for Sunday school. If you want to use something that is “meaty,” chronological, and focused on the gospel message while teaching the whole Bible, doctrine, theology, Christian worldview, and apologetics (not merely moralistic “fluff and stuff”!), consider Answers Bible Curriculum for Sunday School (ABC).
Over 10,000 churches use ABC—and we frequently hear from pastors and Sunday school teachers who share that ABC is revolutionizing their churches.
Over 10,000 churches use ABC—and we frequently hear from pastors and Sunday school teachers who share that ABC is revolutionizing their churches. And many have told us it helps reverse the loss of the younger generations from church. The chronological Bible teaching really brings the Bible to life for children and adults. I can’t recommend it enough for helping combat biblical illiteracy, equipping Christians to stand boldly in this spiritually dark culture, and rooting children in God’s Word, the gospel, and a biblical worldview.
And if you’re a homeschool family, we recently rewrote the lessons for homeschool and released them as Answers Bible Curriculum for Homeschool. It’s a great way to teach your children in grades K–5 to know and love God’s Word, understand the big picture of Scripture, see the gospel from Genesis, have answers to the questions of our day, and more. All of this is found in both our Sunday school curriculum and homeschool curriculum. Oh, and there are many extra questions in the fifth-grade homeschool curriculum to enable you to use it with older kids. Check out this video on how to do that:
Learn more at AnswersBibleCurriculum.com.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.