Mr. Jevaughn Huggins (MS Chapel)
Faith and reason cross the threshold together. In the Middle School Program of Study, students go through a three year rotation studying the following: 1) Positive Action, 2) Wise-Up, and 3) The God Man. In each selected course, the students are given a 30,000-foot overview of Scripture. Through coursework and discussions, students are taught how all the Bible is one unified story that addresses the story of redemption. Students will focus on how they can grow in their wisdom and understanding of who God is as they study the Proverbs; be challenged with understanding the why behind the what of their beliefs; and use Christianity as a lens for viewing the world. Students will use their knowledge and understanding of the Bible to help them as they seek to develop and refine a Biblical worldview.
This one-year, 70-lesson survey introduces middle-schoolers to the structure and themes of the Word of God. Students will briefly examine each book in Scripture, learning how God uses imperfect men and women to reflect His grace.
In addition to the Student Manual exercises and Teacher’s Manual lessons, we offer digital resources for customizing your presentations and tests. And if you don’t already have a Bible dictionary or atlas in your classroom, you may wish to see our recommendations below.
This one-year, 35-lesson study explores the identity and purpose of God’s Son, as revealed through His earthly ministry. The lessons and exercises can challenge your students to respond to the gospel of Christ.
This is an updated version of a classic curriculum in a new format. In addition to the Student Manual exercises and Teacher’s Manual lessons, we offer digital resources for customizing your presentations and quizzes.
Young people today are bombarded with examples of foolish behavior and humanistic thinking. How can we as parents, teachers and youth group leaders equip them with wisdom for making right choices through their later teen and adult years? How about guiding them into a right understanding of wisdom? Looking at the differences between Godly wisdom and worldly thinking as well as wisdom and foolishnesses, this study leads students in understanding what God's word says about every decision they will make in life.