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New Learn Curriculum Now Available

Bible Engagement Project has just released Learn, a new digital curriculum that focuses on the core truths of Scripture.
Following the groundbreaking release of the highly popular Listen curriculum last year, Bible Engagement Project has just released its second new and greatly anticipated curriculum, Learn.

Similar to Listen curriculum, Learn curriculum is a digital interactive curriculum that allows leaders and individuals to stream weekly sessions into their classrooms, privacy of their own homes, or even while sitting in an airport participating through their cell phones.

However, where the 40-week Listen curriculum familiarizes people with God’s Word, reveals how the Old and New Testaments are interconnected, and how individuals fit into God’s plan, Learn curriculum delves deeper, building on the Listen curriculum as it unpacks the core truths of Scripture.

Learn curriculum is designed to help individuals build a personal and intimate relationship with God,” says Jon Catron, senior director of Bible Engagement Project. “As core truths of Scripture are explored over 40 weeks, a fuller and richer understanding of who God is and how individuals can grow and flourish in their relationship with God clearly emerges.”

As with the Listen curriculum, Learn curriculum is designed as a “comprehensive” ministry tool, providing 10 volumes with four interactive and engaging sessions each for every age level, with Adult, Youth, Kids, and Preschool age-appropriate editions, as well as Family Devotions.

Volume topics in Learn include: Why is the Bible Relevant to Me?, Who is God the Father?, Who is Jesus? Who is the Holy Spirit?, How Do I Live for God? Why is My Church Family Important?, How Does God Help Me Overcome?, How Can I Experience God’s Power?, How Do I Fulfill God’s Mission? And What Does the Bible Say About the Future?

Learn curriculum also features the video narration of five Spirit-empowered leaders from within our Fellowship,” Catron says. “This is key. The narrators aren’t actors attempting to communicate something foreign to them — they know, understand, and believe in what they’re sharing . . . you can sense their passion for the message and the Holy Spirit speaking through their words.” Narrators include Scotty Gibbons, Sara Forhetz, Jeff Sandstrom, Nii Kpakpo Abrahams, and Mike Santiago.

Compelling videos, engaging discussion and reflection questions, and application are all a part of Learn Adult and Learn Youth, which also include personal devotions throughout the week. For Learn Kids and Learn Preschool editions, sessions include Bible lessons, interactive videos, hands-on activities, and large group and small group content that all help keep shorter attention spans engaged.

“Each of the lessons, from Adult to Preschool, are ‘age-aligned’ — coordinated to cover the same topic and communicate the same message each week, but in an age-appropriate way,” explains Ryan Horn, director of advancement for the Bible Engagement Project. “This is not only ideal for family discussions, but for the church body as a whole to be able to discuss questions and biblical truths with each other intergenerationally throughout the week.”

In addition, those who subscribe to Bible Engagement Project will have access to both the Listen and the Learn curriculums. To experience Learn curriculum firsthand, click here for free downloadable sample lessons.

Editor's note: For those attending General Council in Orlando, iPads will be available in the Bible Engagement Project Booth, #800 B in the Exhibit Hall, to review the curriculums.

Dan Van Veen

Dan Van Veen is news editor of AG News. Prior to transitioning to AG News in 2001, Van Veen served as managing editor of AG U.S. Missions American Horizon magazine for five years. He attends Central Assembly of God in Springfield, Missouri, where he and his wife, Lori, teach preschool Sunday School and 4- and 5-year-old Rainbows boys and girls on Wednesdays.