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Sunday School Literature

Discussion in '2000-02 Archive' started by Watson, Jun 13, 2002.

  1. Johnv

    Johnv New Member

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    We use Gospel Light. Good stuff & easy to follow for SS teachers.
     
  2. Jonathan

    Jonathan Member
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    The "Exploring the Bible" series by Lifeway is an excellent example of what you are looking for.
     
  3. John3v36

    John3v36 New Member

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    We use "David C. Cook Church Ministries" Stuff :D
     
  4. rlvaughn

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    The Baptist Sunday School Committee of the American Baptist Association produces a "Through-the-Bible" series of S. S. Literature. You should be able to find info on their website - www.abaptist.org. In my opinion, there are good and points with their literature, including variations from writer to writer. They also produce related booklets for the teacher, and I think they also now provide larger "commentaries" on the books being studied, which go into greater detail than the S. S. booklets.
     
  5. AVL1984

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    These were good, and we used them in the BMA church where I was assistant pastor. We also used them in the Sunday school classes of the GARBC church I attended. I haven't seen many of them in IFB churches, though, as many of the churches have seemed to start writing their own literature for classes.

    B.T.
     
  6. Maverick

    Maverick New Member

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    Try Regular Baptist Press. Good Conservative material.
     
  7. Sherrie

    Sherrie New Member

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    Accent Bible Curriculum

    It is an Adult Student Interactive Bible Study Book.

    Accent
    Bible Curriculum
    Colorado Springs, Colorado 80936

    Accent Publications
    4050 Lee Vance View
    P.O. Box 36640
    Colorado Springs, Colorado 80936

    David M. Skiver is Editorial Manager
    James T. Dyet is Bible Editor.

    Some examples:

    Back to the Basics -a study of Acts.

    Israel's Rise, Fall, and Renewal -from Solomon to the return from Captivity

    Christ is all I need -a study of Colossians

    Also:

    Stinson Press, Inc. Headquarters are In Poplar Bluff, MO. Can't find the address off hand.
     
  8. Dr. Bob

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    We use Standard . . and it is really poor. Great visuals and books, etc, but neo and wishy-washy content.

    I am working with the SS Superintendent to educate him and help wean the church off this sub-par stuff before they get a new pastor.

    Being an interim has some advantages - go in and take care of "messes" before the new guy comes, and then leave and never return!! [​IMG]
     
  9. SaggyWoman

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    I am not "that" familiar with the adult curriculum, nor the youth,though my youth director doesn't like the stuff, but I want to rave over Lifeway's curriculum for children. So based on that, I would suggest Lifeway's line.
     
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