Classes 

  • During the Pilot Program, the number of meeting times and length of the class can be designed for each student in 1:1 classes. 
  • If you don't see a class that fits your student's needs, suggest a class. We would love to brainstorm with you the possible options. 
 
Mastering Bible Study Skills
Grades: High School

"If our students are to develop into mature disciples of Jesus Christ, they need to know how to correctly handle the written Word of God (2 Timothy 2:15)— the Scriptures—“which are able to make [them] wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus” (2 Timothy 3:15). They need to learn—by instruction and practice—how to read the Bible knowledgeably, interpret it accurately, and apply it appropriately. Mastering Bible Study Skills was written to help high school students develop these vital life skills." Paul Pyle ~Creator of Mastering Bible Study Skills

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Understanding the Times
Grades: 11th-12th

"This curriculum is about the ideas that construct our worldviews. Everyone has a worldview, which helps them interpret what is happening around them. Christianity has an explanation for reality, but so does Islam, Secularism, Marxism, New Spirituality, and Postmodernism. Each of these worldviews is founded upon a pattern of interconnected ideas. These worldviews dictate (consciously or unconsciously) how we interpret and respond to issues like stem-cell research, abortion, transgenderism, human rights, poverty, technology, etc.

Make no mistake, these worldviews are at war. This curriculum will open your eyes to the factions competing for your heart and mind. The stakes couldn’t be higher. Because all humans are sinners (Romans 6:23), the worldviews developed apart from God will be sinful and flawed. But with the Christian worldview, we get God’s perspective on the challenges we face and how best to deal with them." Myers & Noebel ~Creators of Understanding the TImes

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Museum of the Bible:Genesis-Ruth V.I
Grades: 11th-12th

"This volume contains twenty-six chapters, beginning with introductory chapters to the Bible and to the curriculum. It covers narratives on the patriarchs of Genesis; Moses, the Exodus, and the Law; and the early development of Israel. History chapters provide context for the biblical narratives in their ancient Near Eastern cultural settings. Impact chapters explore the use and influence of the Bible on modern science, slavery, justice, and charitable giving." Museum of the Bible 

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Museum of the Bible:Samuel-Prophets V.2
Grades: High School

"This volume contains twenty-six chapters, covering the narratives on the life of Jesus of Nazareth, with special emphasis on his teachings. History chapters discuss the culture of New Testament times, including chapters on the Herodian dynasty, crucifixion, and how ancient historians wrote about early Christianity. Impact chapters explore the impact of the Bible on worldviews, calendars, film, theater, and art and literature across time and around the world." Museum of the Bible

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Museum of the Bible:The Gospels V.3
Grades: High School

"This volume contains twenty-six chapters, covering the narratives on the life of Jesus of Nazareth, with special emphasis on his teachings. History chapters discuss the culture of New Testament times, including chapters on the Herodian dynasty, crucifixion, and how ancient historians wrote about early Christianity. Impact chapters explore the impact of the Bible on worldviews, calendars, film, theater, and art and literature across time and around the world." Museum of the Bible

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Museum of the Bible: Acts-Revelation V.4
Grades: High School

"This guide contains twenty-eight chapters, covering the narratives from the book of Acts, the writings of Paul and other New Testament writers, and ending with the book of Revelation. History chapters discuss early New Testament manuscripts, the history of Christianity from its earliest days, through the medieval and Protestant Reformation, all the way to the modern missionary movement.

These chapters focus on how medieval Jewish and Christian writers interpreted the Bible, and on certain significant English Bibles like the Geneva Bible and the King James Bible. Impact chapters explore the impact of the Bible on our modern world—on family, human rights, architecture, and religious holidays." Museum of the Bible

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Joseph, A Character Study
Grades: Middle School

" Joseph: A Character Study combines a number of important factors that set the stage for an exciting Bible study. First, the study is biographical. This is the story of Joseph, from his youth to his death. Second, this Bible study focuses on times of extreme adversity and extreme privilege.Finally, students will study two of the most influential nations in the history of mankind." Ollie E. Gibbs ~Ollie E. Gibbs

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The Life of Christ
Grades: Middle School

The student textbook walks students through a chronology of the events concerning Jesus' life, death, and resurrection. It includes application questions, personal assignments, and hypothetical case studies, and it is coordinated with a dedicated website that links students to additional information. 

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Suggest a Class
Grades: Middle/Highschool

Don't see a class that will fit your student's needs? Is there a curriculum you would like your student to use? We would love to brainstorm with you! Click the interest form and in the "comments" box share with us what curriculum you would like to see.