Free Sunday School and Bible Study Lessons
For a Limited Time Only: Free Sunday School/Bible Studies Lessons!
COVID-19 has and is impacting our lives and ministries in extraordinary ways. Many churches have been/and are unable to provide ministry through in-person gatherings, such as worship celebrations, Sunday school classes, Bible study opportunities, etc. Nevertheless, we believe, with you, that God is still in control and is on our side and is willing to meet our needs as we meet His requirement for reconciliation (see 2 Chronicles 7:14).
As we seek to be a blessing to the churches of our constituency and other interested persons, for the next few weeks, we will provide free downloads of our Faith Series Sunday School curriculum weekly lessons. These lessons, though dated, can be used by individuals, families, and parents for Bible engagement and study. Each week, we will post a current week’s Faith Series Sunday School curriculum age-level lesson. So, check back next week for a new Sunday School/Bible study lesson.
Faith Bible Studies for Adults and Young Adults (click here)
Faith Bible Studies for High School and Middle School Students (click here)
Faith Bible Studies for Older Children (click here)
Faith Bible Studies for Younger Children (click here)
Faith Bible Studies for Adults and Young Adults
Faith Pathway Adult (Ages 35 and Above)
These lessons key features consist of the following: two Key Verse translations (KJV and NIV); key terms that help lead to greater understanding and interpretation of the biblical text; and a concise introduction that leads us into the weekly lesson. Also included is a brief biblical context that gives background of the lesson’s setting and offers insight into the author’s original message.
Faith Pathway Adult Large Print
This study’s key features consist of the following: two Key Verse translations (KJV and NIV); key terms that help lead to greater understanding and interpretation of the biblical text; and a concise introduction that leads us into the weekly lesson. Also included is a brief biblical context that gives background of the lesson’s setting and offers insight into the author’s original message.
Faith Journey Young Adult (Ages 18-34)
This study’s features include a “Life Happens” introductory section designed to provide a contemporary, “life-centered” illustration as a “lead-in” to the lesson. The lessons also feature lesson aims and an overview of the lesson text. The lesson is divided into three sections, with commentary on the selected verses. At the end of each analysis is a question designed to get students to connect with the text. Each lesson concludes a call to action in regard to one’s life and one’s world.
Faith Series Adult Teacher’s Guide
This resource provides the teacher a unique and more in-depth lesson commentary on the biblical text. The “Preparing the Lesson” section provides resources and tools for the teacher to prepare beforehand. The “Open Inquiry” section is designed to prompt an initial desire to examine the text further. The commentary provides background information to root the teacher in the biblical setting and history. The “Discussion Starters” are provided to awaken the class to deeper thinking as they wrestle with the text and its meaning. You may desire to lead a small family group consisting of adults – this would be ideal for such a use.
Faith Bible Studies for High School and Middle School Students
Faith Connection (High School Students)
The lesson includes realistic case studies that connect with everyday situations that high school students face. The weekly biblical text is listed in the NIV translation and includes Bible exposition that high school students can understand. The periodic articles connect the students to the real world, helping them navigate through everyday challenges.
Faith Walk (Middle School Students)
This lesson includes an easy-to-understand yet concise Bible exposition along with helpful and interactive Bible study questions. Middle school students also are challenged in living out their faith with life application aids and a media mission activity. The periodic articles connect the students to the real world, helping them navigate through everyday challenges.
Faith Series Youth Teacher’s Guide
This tool is designed to foster effective lesson preparation for the teacher, by inviting students to reflect on, fill up on, inspect, and intersect with the Word of God as well as to live out and connect with biblical truths. The media mission serves to keep the students connected to the world. This resource can be helpful to adult family members, who may have youth in their homes and need a leadership resource for the SS lessons.
Faith Bible Studies for Older Children (Grades 2-6)
Faith Explorers (Upper Elementary Grades 4-6)
This lesson is designed with the recognition that children are very visual, thus we have included a great deal of rich imagery in order to paint a clear picture of the Bible truths being conveyed. For more effective biblical exploration, we have included two characters: Nicholas and his camel, Cornelius. These two characters help tell the Bible story, bringing it to life. This curriculum includes realistic contemporary stories that connect with the everyday lives of upper elementary students.
Faith Explorers Activity Book (Upper Elementary Grades 4-6)
These activity pages are formatted to reinforce the Bible lesson to this age group. The activities are age-appropriate and directly connect with each lesson in the Bible study book. The students will be challenged through a variety of activities, such as word searches, crossword puzzles, unscrambling activities, “True or False?” activities, and more.
Faith Explorers (Middle Elementary Grades 2-3)
This lesson boasts of rich imagery and great Bible stories. There are relevant contemporary stories on a middle-elementary-school level. To help us explore both the biblical story and contemporary story, we have created Ruby the Red Panda, who aspires to be a scientist when she grows up. Ruby takes us into her lab and explains the story in a fun and interactive way. The interactive Bible learning is both fun and challenging.
Faith Explorers Activity Book (Middle Elementary Grades 2-3)
This activity book is designed to help reinforce the Bible lesson to this age group. The activities are age-appropriate and directly connect with each lesson in the Bible study book. The students will be challenged through a variety of activities, such as “What’s the Right Word?” unscrambling activities, word searches, sentence completion activities, “Decode the Message” activities, etc.
Faith Explorers (Teacher’s Guide Grade 2-6)
This teacher’s guide is formatted to help these age groups begin the journey, engage in the voyage, and enjoy fun expeditions before they end the journey. It provides an overview of the quarter’s study and teaching helps to guide the teacher in preparation to teach.
Faith Bible Studies for Younger Children (Toddlers to Grade 1)
Faith Building Blocks (Early Elementary Grades K-1)
This lesson is designed for students K–1. It includes great Bible stories and a note to connect the parents to their child’s learning. There are also fun learning activities.
Faith Building Blocks (Preschool Ages 3-4)
This quarterly includes rich imagery that draws the students into the text visually. There are great Bible stories and a parent’s note. The activities are both fun and engaging.
Faith Building Blocks (Picture Lesson Cards Toddlers to Twos)
This lesson includes rich imagery, Bible stories that use simple language, and a parent’s letter designed to involve the parents in the learning process for their child(ren).
Faith Building Blocks (Teacher’s Guide Toddlers to Grade 1)
This tool is formatted to include the following sections: “Beginning Block,” “Bible Story Block,” “Stacks of Fun,” and “Closing Block.” It also includes reproducible, fun-filled activities that reinforce the Bible teachings, and fun, interactive songs and poems.