Faith for Life
Discipling the next generation is challenging in today’s post-Christian culture, but we’ve been equipping with the best biblical worldview curriculum for decades. Let’s walk in truth together as we transform your student’s faith, worldview, and life!
A Solid Biblical WorldviewBuilds a framework for living biblically in every area of life
Real-Life ApplicationsApplies what kids are learning to today’s world
Apologetics TrainingTeaches children how to defend their faith
Easy to TeachLesson plans and resources to guide you step-by-step
Engaging ActivitiesGames, plays, and projects that bring the Bible to life
Socratic QuestioningQuestions that connect a student’s mind and faith
Building on The Rock lays the groundwork of worldview education for the youngest students.
“I started using the Building on the Rock Bible curriculum last year, and I was amazed at how quickly the students learned the Bible truths. By the end of each week, they were able to tell me the truths and the memory verse. The curriculum is very engaging, so the students really enjoy it.”
—Alice StewartKindergarten TeacherFirst Assembly Christian School
Walking in Truth trains students to defend their faith and respond to counterfeit worldviews.
“We are using the new Walking in Truth curriculum for 6th grade and we LOVE it! The updated format is wonderful and easy to follow. The discussion questions open amazing class conversations which help them consider their worldview—many for the first time.”
—Katie RobersonMiddle School Teacher First Assembly Christian School
Foundations is the first year in a new four-volume Understanding the Times Series completely rewritten and updated for high school.
Find out more about Foundations and get free samples of the curriculum.
Understanding the Times prepares young believers to defend a Christian worldview against other belief systems.
“I teach mostly non-Christian students, and Understanding the Faith has caused them to really think. Many of the apologetic issues are questions that my students have been asking. The majority of my non-Christian students are thinking much deeper about Christianity and understand why it makes so much sense.”
—Ryan PaulyHigh School Bible Teacher Southlands Christian Schools