Faith Foundations
'Teaching your child the heart of God'

'Let me tell you, we really enjoy teaching from the Faith Foundation lessons. And the children really enjoy class and learn a lot of Bible. Thank you so much for all your effort in putting the series together. It is timeless material. I can't praise it enough. God bless you.'
- Sue Hershey, San Jacinto church of Christ, Amarillo, TX
Sample Lessons

I have posted a few sample lessons that I believe are a good representation of the Faith Foundations curriculum. If you want to see other lessons, or have a specific question, feel free to contact me. They are posted in PDF format. If you aren't able to open the files, please go to Adobe.com and download the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Old Testament 1 - Lesson 11, Cain and Abel
Pages 1-7: PDF, Wordperfect
Page 8: PDF
Using the Bible, students will review previous lessons. Then they go over the Books of History that they've been working on, and they also review the memory verse.

After learning about Cain and Abel, students discuss family trees and start a display of family trees that will be added to as the year goes on. Next, they play a game to review the Cain and Abel story. The lesson ends with a letter game that brings out the Bible Truth: We should do our best for God, not to get the praise of man, but because we love God and want to please Him.

Old Testament 2 - Lesson 17, David and Jonathan
Lesson: PDF, Wordperfect
You see in this lesson how students are drawn in by sharing their own experiences that will relate to the Bible story, how memory verses are introduced, and another review game. The story of David and Jonathan is told using objects pulled from a paper bag. After discussing friendship, students will make friendship bracelets.

Gospels - Lesson 39, Sermon on the Mount - Conclusion
Lesson: PDF, Wordperfect
As students look at the end of the Sermon on the Mount, they will be challenged to do "something good this week that will show someone how you love God."

Acts - Lesson 7, Peter Heals a Crippled Man
Lesson: PDF, Wordperfect




Note: All pages were originally made in Wordperfect. The Wordperfect file, viewed in Wordperfect, is the most accurate representation of the printed curriculum. The PDF files are scanned pages that were enhanced after they had been printed out from a Wordperfect file. This is usually because there were images hand-drawn and then taken to the printer to be put on that page.
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