In Elementary we use Truth78 curriculum to help children learn points them to the truth and the character of God. We desire to provide our children with chronological Bible stories, biblical theology, systematic theology, moral instruction, and the gospel. We pray that our children would hear what is being taught in the classroom and would learn how to apply it to their lives. We desire our children to be doers of the Word and not just hearers (James 1:22-25).
Curriculum: Truth78: Jesus What a Savior
Summary: Children learn the meaning of redemption including that they are sinners and that the consequences for their sins are eternal. This curriculum is designed to present the gospel, not with us at the center of the story, but with the greatness and worth of God at the center.
Curriculum: Truth78: The ABC’s of God
Summary: Children learn about the greatness and worthiness of God by using the alphabet as a framework. Each week, they discover a new attribute of God and are challenged to consider how they should respond to an amazing God who is worthy of their praise.
Curriculum: Truth78: Faithful to All His Promises
Summary: Children learn the promises of God and what it means to trust in the promises he gives us. They will learn what a promise is, what makes God trustworthy with these promises, and who these promises are for.
Curriculum: Truth78: In the Beginning… Jesus
Summary: Children learn the chronological study of redemptive They use weekly clues to discover the answer to the mystery of who killed Jesus and why. Throughout the year, students memorize two longer passages of Scripture: Isaiah 53:3-12 and John 1:1-18.
Curriculum: Truth78: To Be Like Jesus
Summary: Children learn answers to important questions about salvation and sanctification by learning elements of the gospel message, its purpose, and its promise. They walk through Romans 8:29-30 to understand what the Christian life is all about, particularly sanctification, and how this relates to salvation through faith alone.
Curriculum: Truth78: How Majestic Is Your Name (odd-numbered years)
Summary: Children learn the names of God, which provides a structure to show the greatness of our God. The names of God in the Bible are a reflection of his character, which is so glorious that he cannot be described by a single name.
Fifth/Sixth Grade Parent and Child Resource Pages (odd-numbered years)
Curriculum: Truth78: My Purpose Will Stand (even-numbered years)
Summary: Children learn the providence of God, which begins by helping them understand the definition of providence and sovereignty. The children then learn the various ways in which God is working in the world to accomplish his purposes. Throughout the year, the curriculum paints a picture of the beauty of sovereignty. The aim is to help children see God’s hand and to trust his providential care in their lives.
Fifth/Sixth Grade Parent and Child Resource Pages (even-numbered years)