Our Bible curriculum and study guides on various Bible topics help local churches and study groups deepen their knowledge of God and His Word. Lessons are available for adults, junior high, and senior high youth; intermediate students (grades 4, 5, and 6); primary students (grades 1, 2, and 3); and preschool/kindergarten students (ages 3-5). These studies are also suitable for individuals to use in home settings.
Bible Studies for Third Quarter 2017
-Adult: Part 3 of the “Transforming Vision into Reality” Series: The God of Grace
Written by Whaid Rose and Jason Overman
Part 3 of the Transforming Vision into Reality quarterly series is off the press and ready to order. Covering the next three of the 10-point Vision to be a Vibrant 21st Century Church, Elder Whaid Rose explores the great grace of God in making us into a people of compassionate service, united fellowship and passionate worship. Available in Adult and Sr. Youth editions. Download order form above or order at firstname.lastname@example.org
Intermediate: God Gave the Ten Commandments The students will learn that when we disobey God’s will and laws we commit sin; that Jesus died to pay the penalty for our sins; and that God gave the Ten Commandments as our basic moral law. The first three lessons explain the meaning, origin, and consequences of sin. Lesson four explains that God gave His Son, Jesus Christ, as a sacrifice to pay the penalty for our sins. The rest of the lessons are devoted to explaining God’s moral law for humanity, the Ten Commandments, and the importance of obeying God’s law.
Primary: Our Mission – To Share the Gospel with Everyone The students will learn that God has given us a great work to do. We are to share the gospel with everyone in the whole world. However, God has also given us everything we need to do this great work. These lessons focus on stories from the book of Acts. Students will learn about the early followers of Christ and how they carried the gospel around the world.
Preschool: Knowing God and Believing in Him These lessons continue where last quarter ended, starting with Moses sending out the twelve spies and ending with Ruth marrying Boaz. Through these lessons the students will learn that God is an awesome, all-powerful God who can do anything. They will also learn that He will empower us to do great things for Him just like He empowered Joshua, Gideon and Samson. Most of all, they will see that God sent Jesus to die on the cross so that anyone who believes in Him will be saved.
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Bible Studies for Second Quarter 2017
-Adult: Part 2 of the “Transforming Vision into Reality” Series: The Spirit of Truth
Written by Whaid Rose, Israel Steinmetz and Jason Overman
Part two in our four-part quarterly series for 2017 based on the Transforming Vision into Reality message of the General Conference. This quarterly is suitable for adult and senior youth classes and covers the next three points in our 10-point vision: Spirit Formed, Sabbath Celebrating and Distinct Yet Inclusive. Order Part 2 – Spirit of Truth today at firstname.lastname@example.org or download order form above.
Intermediate: Jesus’ Crucifixion and Resurrection
Topics: These lessons start with Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, and include the Passover meal, institution of the Lord’s Supper, His trial, crucifixion, resurrection, instructions for the disciples, and His return to heaven. The goal of these lessons is to help the students learn that Jesus came to teach His disciples, give His life as a sacrifice for our sins so we could have eternal life, and will return some day.
Primary: Rejoice in the Lord Always
Topics: These lessons focus on some of the stories in the Old Testament that were not previously covered. Students will follow characters in the Bible, including Job, Daniel and Esther, as they face difficult and trying situations. They will learn that in every situation we can respond with trust in God and obedience to Him, believing He will bring something good out of it. Best of all, we ourselves will become more like Him as we let Him use situations to refine us like gold.
Preschool/Kindergarten: God – Strong Deliverer, Merciful Savior
Topics: These lessons continue where last quarter ended, starting with Moses in Egypt and ending with the Israelites building the tabernacle in the wilderness. Through these lessons the students will learn that God chose the Israelites to be His special people and that He delivered them in miraculous ways from the Egyptians. But they will also see how merciful and patient God was with Pharaoh and all the Egyptians and that it is truly His desire to save all who will come to Him by faith.
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Bible Studies for First Quarter 2017
Adult: “Transforming Vision into Reality” Quarterly Series
Written by Whaid Rose
The BAP is excited to announce a four-part quarterly series for 2017 based on the Transforming Vision into Reality message of the General Conference. These adult quarterlies will also be suitable for junior and senior high Sabbath school classes and will explore the ten-point vision of the Church of God (Seventh Day): Christ Centered, Spirit Formed, Bible Based, Sabbath Celebrating, Distinct Yet Inclusive, Passionate in Worship, Compassionate in Service, Engaging in Witness, United in Fellowship, and Committed to Discipleship. We hope our whole church will study these 52 lessons together in 2017 and so more closely realize the vision God has given us. Order Part 1 – Christ the Word today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intermediate: Jesus’ Ministry
These lessons focus on what Jesus taught and did when He was here on earth. The students will learn why He came, how He cared for people, and why it is important to accept Him as Savior. They will also learn that we must have faith to accept Jesus and His teaching as a way of life. Finally, they will learn that we can be fully confident that Jesus’ promise of eternal life will be fulfilled.
Primary: Kings and Prophets
These lessons focus on the stories in 2 Samuel and 1 and 2 Kings, continuing where last quarter left off: from David bringing the ark to Jerusalem to Elisha healing Naaman of leprosy. Students will witness what happens when people follow and obey God. They will also see what happens when the same people turn away from God and disobey Him. Most importantly, students will learn that God loves and provides for us always and is eager to forgive us when we’ve sinned. God wants to live in each one of us and empower us by His Spirit to do His will.
Preschool/Kindergarten: God – Always in Control, Always with a Plan
These lessons continue where last quarter ended, starting with Noah and the Flood and ending with Joseph saving his family from the famine. Through these lessons the students will see that God is always in control, that He always keeps His promises, and that He always has a plan to bring good out of the worst situations. Finally, they will see that God can be trusted and that if we truly trust Him, we will obey Him.
Bible Studies for Fourth Quarter 2016
Adult: Jesus Moments
From the author, Elder Ken Lawson: There is so much to learn from the life of Jesus. The last verse of John says that if we had the record of all Jesus did, the world might not be able to hold all the books (John 21:25). This quarterly does not attempt to study all Jesus’ teachings but selects thirteen special moments in the life of Jesus where His teaching is found in the story itself. In these events, Jesus taught more by actions and interactions than by words. All “Jesus moments” are learning moments, and all His actions have much to teach us. So in each of the selected events in this quarterly, we focus on the Jesus story and attempt to enter it with Him to discover the basic teaching. What we learn is down-to-earth and applicable to everyday life.
Intermediate: The Promise of a Savior
These lessons focus on the prophecies of the Old Testament about Jesus’ first coming, His birth, baptism and temptations. The students will come to understand that we all need a Savior and that Jesus is the answer to our need.
Primary: The Shepherd King
These lessons focus on the stories in 1 Samuel, from Hannah asking God for a son to David becoming the king of Israel. The students will also study Psalm 23.
Preschool: God – Eternal Ruler, Awesome Creator, Loving Savior
These lessons introduce the students to God as the Eternal One who always existed and who created all things. They will learn about Adam and Eve, their fall, and the plan of salvation.