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Dear Christian Educators, Sunday School Teachers, Pastors, Associate Pastors, Sunday School Superintendents, and Christian Education Ministry Chairs,

There are many reasons why a Sunday school program can be successful. But if we do not teach the next generation why and how to follow Jesus, then what exactly was our successful Sunday School model and all the work that went into it all about? Big numbers and fancy classrooms look good, but content matters more. When we teach our children what it means to be a disciple of Jesus and how to choose to follow Jesus, then we are also teaching the purpose of the Church: How to enter and participate in the Kingdom of God - and that is what matters.

Writing such curriculum is time-consuming and finding such curriculum to buy is near-impossible (in my experience). Here at, lessons are offered to help fill these curriculum needs while you write your own curriculum or continue searching for the right paid-for curriculum. On this site, you will find:

2 full seasons (10 sessions per season, 3 lessons/classrooms per session) of Workshop Rotation Model Lessons (recommended for grades K-5th): Here and here

3 mini-seasons (11 lessons in each mini-season) of 1-Room Sunday School Lessons (recommended for grades K-5th): Here, here, and here

4 full seasons (25 lessons per season) of Youth Lessons (appropriate for middle and high school Sunday School classes): Here, here,  here, and here.

1 full season (24 lessons plus lessons for a prayer retreat) of Confirmation Class Lessons: Here and here.  

To view resources for adult Christian education, click here.

To see all the available lessons and corresponding resources on one page click the "All Lessons" link in the banner at the top of the page or click here.

All of these lessons (including the adult education materials) are structured around the stories of the Bible.  They are designed to be easy to read, provide step-by-step instruction from start to finish (including what to say), and require (hopefully) little to no re-writing. I wrote these lessons and have taught most of them more than once. It is my hope that these resources help you and your faith community to hear and share the Good News in the same ways they helped me.

If you have any questions, email me.