Discipleship

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4th Graders learns what is means to be a disciple, or follower, of Jesus. Teachings from the Old and New Testaments deepen the children’s understanding of their identity in Christ and what it means to be a follower of Jesus. Children are actively engaged in looking up Bible verses on their own, and are presented with opportunities to engage in Bible application through multiple styles of learning.

Key Verses

Romans 3:23

“All have sinned and fall short of God’s glory.”

Acts 16:31

“They replied, “…Believe in the Lord Jesus and you will be saved…”

2 Corinthians 3:18

“All of us are looking with unveiled faces at the glory of the Lord as if we were looking in a mirror. We are being transformed into that same image from one degree of glory to the next degree of glory. This comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.”

Ephesians 2:10

“Instead, we are God’s accomplishment, created in Christ Jesus to do good things. God planned for these good things to be the way that we live our lives.”

quote_openAllow the children to come to me. Don’t forbid them, because God’s kingdom belongs to people like these children. I assure you that whoever doesn’t welcome God’s kingdom like a child will never enter it.quote_close

Luke 18:14-18

 

Objectives

  • Build on the Biblical knowledge of the Old and New Testament lessons.
  • Deepen the children’s understanding of what it means to have an identity in Christ and be a follower of Jesus.
  • Apply Biblical truths to children’s everyday lives and decision making.
  • Increase children’s familiarity with using the Bible.

PREVIEW

Lesson 7 – Loved and saved by Jesus

 

Scope& Sequence

 

PURCHASE

The Discipleship Curriculum, combined with the Old Testament and New Testament Curriculum, are available to download for use in your program!  Click here to begin your purchase.