Curriculum Archive

Lifelong faith can start today

Dr. Howard Hendricks, who taught at Dallas Theological Seminary for more than 50 years, said, “When a person makes a confession of faith and is never taken through a formal discipleship process, there is little hope of seeing genuine spiritual transformation.” There is nothing more important than teaching children how to know God intimately, to love Him passionately, and to serve Him selflessly. Choosing a …

Teacher and Volunteer Training

Teacher training and equipping parents are at the heart of DiscipleLand curriculum. Use and share the following training tools and resources with your team and parents. Free Online Videos Teachers will find free, short and practical videos for curriculum training, classroom equipping, leadership training, parent helps, how to Share with friends...

Choosing Curriculum for Children’s Ministry

Evaluating and choosing curriculum can be a difficult process. Obviously, every decision should be filtered through God’s Word. Although our goals, mission, and engaging kids are important, Jesus commanded us to “make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you” (Matthew 28:19-20). There is …

Teaching Kids to Memorize God’s Word

A. W. Tozer, widely regarded as one of the most perceptive writers in the 20th century, said, “The Word of God well understood and religiously obeyed is the shortest route to spiritual perfection. And we must not select a few favorite passages to the exclusion of others. Nothing less than a whole Bible can make a whole Christian.” God has given us amazing minds. These …

Teaching kids to forgive.

Ray Stedman, noted pastor and Biblical expositor said, “Forgiveness, of course, is the virtue we most enjoy, and least employ, in our Christian experience. We all love to be forgiven – we expect it, and want it. But we find it a struggle to forgive; we resist it, and refuse oftentimes to do it.” Corrie Ten Boom, a Christian woman who survived a Nazi concentration …

Changing the World Begins with our Children

Imagine having young believers who: Understand and embrace the Biblical basis for missions. Genuinely care about people everywhere who await the life-giving Gospel message. Are ready to follow Christ wherever He leads. To become fully equipped disciples, young believers need consistent, clear, and systematic instruction. Children’s workers have only 1-3 hours per week to influence young hearts and minds for God’s glory. Unless churches proactively …

Helping Kids Live for Jesus

Living For Christ In the 1800s, God prompted Rev. E. P. Scott, a missionary in India, to undertake a dangerous task. Against the advice of his fellow missionaries, Scott set out alone to visit a remote village. He was determined to share the Gospel with a notoriously savage tribe. Just before Scott reached his destination, fierce warriors surrounded him and pointed their spears at him. …