AP Curriculum Update

From Issue: R&R – Issue 36 #4

It was February of 2013—three years ago—that we launched the Apologetics Press on-line Bible class curriculum under the title “Exploring God’s Word.” As of February of this year more than 7,500 have signed up to access the curriculum at our Web site. That number represents hundreds of churches in over 40 states and over 30 countries, with some 150 denominations and Christian schools participating. Indeed, thousands of children from all over the world have been influenced for good.

Here is a biblically sound Bible class curriculum that takes a two-year-old child through the Bible twice before the 5th grade. At that point, 5th and 6th grade classes utilize the A.P. Explorer Series which covers a variety of subjects, including Christian evidences, morality, the life of Christ, and much more. Many activity ideas are provided in addition to audio clips of recommended songs for each lesson. The materials through the 4th grade are free. The only material that needs to be purchased is the Explorer Series lessons for 5th and 6th graders.

<<AP Curriculum Site>>

This curriculum is an “open system” format which allows for constant improvement. Those who use the curriculum are, in fact, encouraged to offer suggestions and additions that can be incorporated into the curriculum. Simply go to the A.P. Web site and click on “Bible Class Curriculum.” The curriculum page contains all instructions for accessing the material. The curriculum director, Dr. Jeff Miller, has worked tirelessly over the past three years to finalize and post all lessons for the entire curriculum—a task that will be achieved within another three months, at which point improvements on the earliest lessons will begin again.

We think the children in your congregation will be significantly benefitted by using this outstanding Bible class program.


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