Walking in Truth Curriculum


Christian Middle School Bible Curriculum

Walking in Truth Middle School Bible Curricula

Summit Ministries’ middle school Bible curriculum Walking in Truth trains students to defend their faith and respond to counterfeit worldviews using real-world application and critical-thinking exercises. Walking in Truth can be taken as an individual course or implemented as your middle school Bible curriculum for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade.

This middle school curriculum is uniquely designed for all learning styles with fun and engaging workbook activities and daily lesson plans, projects, resources, and quizzes. Walking in Truth includes an easy-to-use teacher manual, colorful artwork, and a cross-curriculum format.

 

Walking in Truth 6th Grade Bible Curriculum CoverThe Christian Worldview (6th-grade available summer 2020)
The worldview portion of this curriculum covers Christian answers to the “big questions” about God, the universe, human beings, truth, and morality. The Bible survey component focuses on the book of Acts. Key topics covered include:

  • Creation and the Fall
  • Covenants
  • Monotheism
  • Omnipotence, omnipresence, and omniscience
  • Revelation, theism, truth, and worldview

 

Walking in Truth 7th Grade Bible Curriculum CoverCompeting Worldviews (7th-grade available summer 2021)
The worldview portion of this curriculum compares and contrasts the key tenents of Christianity to Islam, naturalism, and new spirituality. The Bible survey component reviews Romans and 1 & 2 Corinthians. Key topics covered include:

  • Atheism, evolution, materialism
  • Islam, five pillars of Islam
  • Pantheism, reincarnation, karma
  • Righteousness, justification
  • Redemption, reconciliation, edification

 

Walking in Truth 8th Grade Bible Curriculum CoverChristianity in Action (8th-grade available summer 2022)
The worldview portion of this curriculum helps students understand how they can live out their Christian worldview in a post-Christian culture. The Bible survey component examines the remaining Epistles not yet covered in previous courses and Revelation. Key topics covered include:

  • Apologetics
  • Popular culture
  • Revelation, truth, knowledge
  • Science, relativism, Darwinism
  • Marriage and Family
  • The resurrection