What will there be for kids at The Journey Church?
June 20, 2012 by Cody Parman 0 comments
I have 3 boys of my own (5, 3, and 1) that I desperately want to understand the gospel of Jesus Christ. If I'm going to participate in a church, then I want to know that the church will be an asset to me discipling my own children. With the amount of young families that we have involved with launching The Journey in September, I'm not the only one that thinks children's ministry is a top priority for us.
Through prayer and research, we feel like we have found an AMAZING resource to help us accomplish this ministry! The Gospel Project is an incredibly gospel centered curriculum and is a perfect fit for our style of ministry.
The Gospel Project for Kids is a Christ-centered Bible study resource that follows a chronological timeline of Bible events—presenting the story of redemption through Jesus like kids have never seen it before! Each week, these stories come to life through video, music, activities, and more.
- Three-year chronological teaching plan
- Videos that bring Bible stories to life
- Discussion-starter videos for Younger and Older Kids
- Music for all ages
- Coloring pages for Preschool and Younger Kids
- Fun-filled activity sheets
- Hands-on activities
At the moment, the adults in our launch team are almost out numbered by the kids! We can't wait to teach them all about the gospel of Jesus in this NEW and exciting way! For more information about the curriculum click here.
Will the adults be involved with The Gospel Project adult curriculum?
Yes! This is another AWESOME element of The Gospel Project! I, as a parent, will be essentially learning the same biblical truths and concepts as my children for the next 3 years of the church. This puts our parents in a fantastic position to continue discipleship at home! This aspect of The Gospel Project is really unique and incredibly appealing to what we want to do at The Journey. To find out more click here.
I can't wait to launch in September!
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