Wednesday, April 24, 2024

The Ladder of the Beatitudes: Beginning the Ascent

We have all heard the statement: "The first step is the hardest!"

A Family Together: Who Said That?

A group activity for the family at home or your class family.

Journey to Emmaus, Recognizing Jesus

One of the things I love about the Emmaus story (Luke 24:13-35) is the dramatic change in the feelings of Jesus' disciples.

Complete-A-Project Bible Search: Following Jesus

This Complete-A-Project Bible Search is based on Matthew 4:12-23. It can be used with learners across a broad age range.

Bible Rookie: “I don’t know where to start!”

Beginning Bible tips for youth. BECKY GROTH If I have heard one comment more than any other from teens (and adults) about the Bible, it’s definitely...

Getting to the Truth in the Bible

MARIETTE MARTINEAU  Sooner or later, a student is going to read a Bible story and then ask, "Is it true or not true?" Often, it...

Complete-A-Project Bible Search: On the Way to Emmaus

This Complete-A-Project Bible Search Activity is for teacher and students (grades 4-6) working together.

Beginning with Bible Basics

Woodeene Koenig-Bricker As we begin a new year, be aware that our students will come with varying degrees of understanding Scripture. Some will be very...

The Word of God—A Living Force

Practical Strategies for Working with the 2009-2010 Catechist Formation Program

Faith in Facts for Young Learners —The Bible

Do you know these facts about the Bible? Read each statement and circle the letter next to the word or phrase that makes the statement a fact. Before you begin, fold the bottom of the page up to the dotted line. That way, you cannot see the answers until you’re ready to check your facts. Have fun and learn!