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7 Reasons Why Churches Use GenOn’s Faith for Life Curriculum

LOGOS Bible Study: Creative, Relevant, Teachable

Bible study curriculum for K-8

I wonder how sharing builds relationships

Safe spaces: Building relationships around the Word

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7 Reasons Why Churches Use GenOn’s Faith for Life Curriculum

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Why do churches use GenOn's Faith for Life Bible study curriculum?

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LOGOS Bible Study: Creative, Relevant, Teachable

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Fall is quickly approaching! What will your LOGOS ministry or young people’s Sunday school use for Bible study? Faith for Life is our creative, relevant, teachable Bible study curriculum. It includes nine courses (grades K-8) that can easily be combined for multi-age classes. Written by some of the very best Christian educators, Faith for Life encourages learning the stories and truths of the Bible using sound educational and theological principles. Each course contains 25 fully downloadable sessions. Find more information, including our free Scope and Sequence and sample sessions here.    

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Bible study curriculum for K-8

Posted by Liz Perraud at

GenOn Ministries' well-loved K-8 Faith for Life Bible study curriculum is engaging, faith-deepening and grows relationships!  Kindergarten Course: God Loves Me: Students explore the love and joy that God has for each of us. (for Grades K/1) Course 1: Friends and Family in Faith: Students learn of making friends through seeing Jesus as a friend and exploring biblical teachings about friendship. (for Grades K/1/2) Course 2: Jesus and His Followers: Jesus is introduced as the embodiment of what God is like as students learn about Jesus' life and his teachings and what it means for how we are to live with one another today. (for...

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I wonder how sharing builds relationships

Posted by Liz Perraud at

I've taught preschoolers, elementary students, middle schoolers, high school youth and adults. There's not an age that I like to teach best. But it always feels like a better experience when I've talked less and they've talked more (whoever "they" are). Perhaps it's facilitating then, that I like more than lecturing. I've learned the importance of asking "wondering" questions rather than those that seem to have a right or wrong answer. Most students respond better to wondering questions. "I wonder why the disciples pretended not to know Jesus." "I wonder what God was thinking in sending Jesus as a newborn...

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Safe spaces: Building relationships around the Word

Posted by Liz Perraud at

By Seth Lovell, Youth Ministries Director, Olivet Presbyterian Church, Charlottesville, Va. I grew up in a LOGOS church. Wednesdays were my favorite day of the week. I loved building relationships with other children and adult leaders. One of the most significant ways we did that was around the Word as we studied scripture to learn about faith and how to be authentic disciples of Christ. I loved how LOGOS created a safe space to read and reflect on scripture and to learn its value in our lives. We asked questions and actively engaged with scripture. We were invited into conversations to...

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