Bible Studies & Curriculum

Are you looking for a Bible curriculum that is fun to use but also full of deep truths and Biblical applications?  You might want to try one of these!  I currently have 5 separate Bible studies available – 2 of them cover an entire school year, 1 covers the weeks before Easter, and the last two are 10-week studies that are perfect for families and small groups who only want to do one lesson a week. Each curriculum contains Scripture passages, discussion questions, ideas for crafts, snacks, activities, links, and the homeschool and Easter curriculum includes application of Scripture across the curriculum in such areas as Math, Language Arts, History, Geography, and Science.  To find out more information about the individual curriculum, click on the pictures below.

The Book of James Bible Curriculum



The Book of Acts: A Hands-on Homeschool Curriculum is a Bible curriculum designed to help families grow in their faith during the school year.  Covering the entire book of Acts over a period of 30 weeks, the curriculum also explores passages in the Old Testament as well as several New Testament Scriptures including the epistles of Paul. Suggested memory verses are given for each week, along with copy work, journal prompts, and various activities designed to reach all learning styles.  Each weekly lesson ends with an Extended Activities section which contains ideas for using the Book of Acts across the curriculum through history, science, geography, math and language arts.  Also included is a weekly Preschool Pointer, enabling families to include even the youngest members in Bible learning.  Finally, each week contains at least one “Act on It” idea, giving suggestions for ways that families can put their faith into practice in practical ways.


The Feast

Bold_ A 10 Week Study for Churches and Families

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