At Home Family Worship Experience!

Whether you have been discipling for years or are just getting started, The Gospel Project @ Home is designed to give you a realistic, yet meaningful, starting point of one night a week family worship that you can build from by using additional content included here as well as by adding other resources.

Gospel Project Companion Resources for Families

Levels of Biblical Learning

Levels of Biblical Learning
As kids grow, their understanding of foundational truths grows with them. Levels of Biblical Learning covers 10 biblical concept areas—God, Jesus, Holy Spirit, Bible, Salvation, Creation, Church, People, Family, Community & World—that children and students can learn as they study God’s Word. The concept areas are presented through eight different age ranges, from infancy through high school, and reflect levels of understanding that follow how God designed children to learn.

Big Picture Questions and Answers for Kids

Big Picture Questions and Answers for Kids
Kids and Preschoolers can learn important doctrines of the Christian faith. To help them systematically learn these theological concepts, 76 questions and answers are organized around six overarching categories.

Bible Skills for Kids

Bible Skills for Kids
“God’s Word is truth, so it should come as no surprise that reading and studying the Bible are still the activities that have the most impact on growth in this attribute of spiritual maturity,” Lifeway Research stated. “As basic as that is, there are still numerous churchgoers who are not reading the Bible regularly. You simply won’t grow if you don’t know God and spend time in God’s Word.”

Gospel Project for Students

The Gospel Project is a weekly Bible study that helps students dive deep into the big story of the Bible—God’s plan to rescue His people through His Son, Jesus Christ.

Focus on Jesus

Every session shows how all Scripture leads us to Jesus.

Connect the dots

Chronological study explores the uniting gospel story and essential truths of Scripture.

Live the story

Show students that it is Jesus who transforms them, not good behavior.

Ask big questions

Encourage students to ask tough questions about what Christians believe and expect real answers.

Keep it practical

Seven Arrows framework equips students to study the Bible on their own.

Equip effective leaders

Faith based peer discussion encourages students to take initiative in living a life centered on Christ in all aspects of their lives.

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