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Children’s Curriculum Bible: Engaging, Teaches More Bible, Connects With Parents December 3, 2009

The Core Bible is a discipleship-based Bible curriculum for elementary-age children. Your kids will grow in Bible knowledge, Christ-like character, and faithful conduct. The Core Bible will help your children reach their peak potential as disciples of Jesus Christ!

Discipleship-centered based on the only children’s discipleship system featuring a sequential learning process. This helps kids reach their full potential as disciples.

Undated so you can start at any time. You can select particular topics or Bible books to study, or you can lead children through the Core Bible’s system of six learning levels.

Ungraded so that you can select the most appropriate level of learning for your kids. Children move through sequential learning levels, thus integrating the whole Bible into their lives.

Translation-independent so that kids and teachers will be comfortable using their preferred English-language Bible translation. In each lesson, your children will be encouraged to open and use their own Bibles to find answers.

Saves money because the lessons remain the same. The teacher guides and teaching pictures can be re-used year-after-year. No need to throw anything away!

Parents receive an informational sheet each quarter giving them ways to involve themselves with their children’s lessons. Plus, additional resources such as Bible cards, posters, and s special parent/church/children’s ministry are available at DiscipleZone.Com. In a time when our kids need sound Biblical guidance, the Core Bible can help your children become dynamic disciples.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I am an employee of DiscipleLand. Regardless, I only recommend resources that I believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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