Children’s Sunday School Curriculum
In The Signs of Our Saviour, students will hear from eyewitnesses of thirteen of our Lord’s miracles! In each Bible lesson, we will learn of the great power of our Lord Jesus Christ, and how it applies to children’s lives today.
Join us on three additional journeys through The Stories of Our Saviour, The Steps of our Saviour, and The Sacrifice of our Saviour. These four series make up a four quarter, fifty-two lesson series on the life of Christ.
Each week’s study is packed with biblical references, teaching resources, and creative ideas. Teachers and students alike will enjoy leaning The Signs of Our Saviour!
Included Inside this Teacher’s Edition
• 13 Bible Lessons
• Teaching Tips
• Memory Verses
• Craft Ideas
• Snack Ideas
• Review Game Instructions
• Review Questions
• Teacher’s Checklists
• Suggested Class Schedules
• Object Lessons
Included in the Visual Resource Packet (Sold Separately)
• Flash Cards for Select Lessons
• Memory Verse Visuals for All Lessons
Included on the Ministry Resource CD (Sold Separately)
With this one CD, an entire team of teachers is granted permission to produce unlimited quantities of the following resources:
• Student Take-Home Papers
• Coloring Pages
• Activity Pages
• Craft and Game Templates
• Memory Verse Templates
• PowerPoint Presentations
About the Authors
Tim Christoson has led the Sunday school at Lancaster Baptist Church since 1997. Throughout that time he has worked to identify and provide effective teaching resources for those who teach all ages in the church. He and Nicole are thankful that their two daughters are learning God’s Word from dedicated teachers in exciting classrooms.
Terrie Chappell has taught children at Lancaster Baptist Church since she and her husband were called to the Antelope Valley in 1986. She has taught virtually every age child, from every background, in various classroom settings. She has become an expert in communicating biblical truth in creative ways that are memorable for children. All week long, her students look forward to Sunday morning!