Share the Word
Each narrative lesson is used to teach doctrine, character attributes, and Christian life topics. Each lesson is taught with a balance of these topics, and Bible passages are chosen which point directly to the coming of the promised Messiah.
beginning with the end in mind
The program is guided by three goals, which direct the course’s content and implementation.
Every lesson includes the following three emphasis and there is a semester dedicated to each one.
Share the Word:
About the Curriculum
The first book is an overview of the Old and New Testaments, each term is a selection of 14 narrative stories. The first term covers stories from creation to Exodus, the second term covers the promised land to the prophets, and the third term covers the life of Jesus.
The second book emphasizes the knowledge, character and spiritual life of the student. The first term addresses doctrine topics, the second term addresses character qualities, and the third term addresses ministry and spiritual life disciplines.
The third book is a study on the book of Romans. In that year the students memorize the book of Romans and carefully study the rich doctrine. Each lesson focuses on one passage, with questions for discussion and application as well as related verses for further study.
The fourth book is a study on Free and Living Congregations. It includes sections on the believer, the church, and the leader. It includes the topics of Luther’s Small Catechism and the Fundamental Principles of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations.
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“I pray that you will pray for us as teachers.”