David C. Cook's Bible-in-Life Sunday school curriculum will reach every one you teach. Bible-based, Christ-centered.

Bible-in-Life

Bible-in-Life Overview

Bible-in-Life lessons are sound, easy-to-teach and are designed to impact every student that is entrusted to your care-from the littlest ones to the most mature! And as the name implies Bible-in-Life helps each student put Bible truths to work where it counts-in their everyday life.


Here's why teachers love David C. Cook Bible-in-Life, it:

  • Is Bible-based and Christ-centered
  • Is easy-to-teach and easy to prepare
  • Recognizes life needs of students and reveals biblical and practical application
  • Incorporates teaching methods to developmental abilities of each age group
  • Enables teachers to reach every student according to the individual learning styles

Teachers love the Four-Step Learning Plan because it's designed to mirror the compelling approach that Jesus often used.

  • Jesus started where His students were.
  • Jesus shared life-changing truth.
  • Jesus explained how His truth applied.
  • Jesus called for action.

The Four-Step Learning Plan follows a similar pattern:

Step 1: Motivate
Connects your students' life experiences (work, home, school, etc.) to the Lesson Focus and gets them interested in the topic.

Step 2: Learn the Facts
Presents the Bible story and gets students into Scripture.

Step 3: Practice
Provides a variety of opportunities for students to practice the information they've just acquired.

Step 4: Apply
Encourages students to apply what they've learned to their everyday experiences.

Bible-in-Life Summary

Welcome

Sunday school curriculum dedicated to helping volunteers teach the Word of God, and grow disciples who are willing to live for Jesus at home, at school, and on the job. Easy to teach, easy to prepare so inexperienced teachers are successful..

Home Link
 

Every lesson connects to the previous week's lesson, encouraging accountability. Age-appropriate home ties: Bible stories, family activities; daily devotions.

Christian Education Scope
 

Toddler through High School: Sequential Bible coverage alternating between New and Old Testaments (September-May); Topical studies (June-August). Adult: Sequential Bible coverage alternating between New and Old Testaments and Topical studies each quarter.

Full Bible coverage: In 12 school years, toddler through high school, students go through the Bible 4 times at age-appropriate levels; adults cover the Bible in 6 to 8-years (varies by study).

Age Levels available: toddler (18-36 months) through adult.  

Lesson Plan
  Follows 4-step natural learning cycle:
  1. Why is this important to me?
  2. What does the Bible say?
  3. How does this Bible passage work today?
  4. What am I willing to do with what I learned?
Lesson Methods
 

Educationally excellent mix of teaching tools match developmental abilities and reaches every student's learning style: visual, active, and auditory learners, and developmental abilities. Reduces discipline problems.

Theology
 

Evangelical guidance on how teachers can present basic Bible truths without focusing on specific doctrines over which Bible-believing Christians may disagree.

Translation
 

NIV for Toddler through High School and a dual translation NIV & KJV for Adult.

Social Perspective
 

Issues are addressed as they come up in biblical coverage. Freedom is encouraged for students to make personal and social-action decisions that honor God.

Product Pieces
 

Teacher's guide and teaching aids, student books, craft books, take-home papers, devotional guide (Quiet Hour).

MINISTRY RESOURCES

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Adult

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