The Gospel ProjectBy Trillia Newbell | July 16th, 2012 | Category: Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Gospel Project
By Trillia Newbell
Developing Bible studies for Sunday School, Children’s Ministry and small group meetings could be a daunting task. Thankfully organizations like Lifeway have developed a curriculum for you.
The curriculum, The Gospel Project, examines the narrative of Scripture and the transforming effect of the gospel. Each plan consists of age appropriate studies for adults, students, and children and span over a three year period. The gospel-centered lessons cover biblical stories, theological concepts, and a call to missions from Genesis to Revelation.
The gospel isn’t a New Testament event. The gospel story is woven throughout the Bible. All of Scripture points to God’s plan of salvation through Jesus Christ. The Gospel Project aims to capture and share God’s plan of redemption throughout the Bible from Genesis to Revelation.
The curriculum team is led by General Editor, author and pastor, Ed Stetzer and Managing Editor and author, Trevin Wax. The Gospel Project as defined by their website “is designed to unify an entire church under a single Christ-centered curriculum.”
Right now churches can join The Gospel Project Pilot Program by going to gospelproject.com. The pilot includes a free month to preview the project curriculum. The Gospel Project officially begins Fall 2012.
For more information or to order visit their site at www.gospelproject.com or call 1-800-458-2772.
Watch this video provided by LifeWay and The Gospel Project to catch a glimpse of the how all Scripture points to Christ.