|What Teachers and Home Educators Are Saying About The Judah Bible Curriculum|
"We are extremely pleased! The Judah Bible Curriculum is especially conducive for a home-school situation, because it is easily applied to any grade level. All students may study the same portions of scripture, but may have varied assignments according to their level. It also allows the Holy Spirit to teach the child at his or her own level of understanding of God and His word.
"The curriculum gives the student a complete overview of the Bible in a relatively short period of time. Each school year the student studies Genesis through Revelation, adding to and varying the areas of study each year. This gives the student the ability to understand God's continual working with man to accomplish His will. As the student studies various portions of scripture, there remains continuity in their study of God's word as a whole. The course is exceptional."
~Kurt & Cindy M, Chard on Ohio, Home Educators, 3rd and 5th grades.
"I was extremely excited about presenting the Bible to my kids from a perspective of 'God's hand in History.' I was able to guide them through Old Testament stories and accounts with new perspective. The children were able to see God's plan for each Bible character and how God prepared that person for His divine purpose. Then they were able to apply that principle to their own lives and to realize that they were individually being prepared for God's special purpose.
"The response from the children was so encouraging and the interest level very high! This new approach sparked loads of questions as we attempted to look into the 'why's' instead of just the details. I liked the freedom I had as the teacher to create my own activities; from group interaction, to games, to art activities. All of those things allowed the children to view Bible time as an enjoyable experience!"
~Genea C., Champaign, Illinois, teacher 4th grade
"As I listened to the first tape, I thought, 'Wow, this makes sense…and everything about God and history became more clear….as exciting as that was for me, it was even greater to see my children become excited about Bible history….Each day, they would ask, 'Is it time for Bible history now?' Looking through our new 'government glasses,' we have been studying some of the political candidates. My girls (3rd and 5th) have been able to discuss and evaluate statements made by different candidates, and decide which direction they would lead our country….Thank you!"
~Marcia A. Little Rock, Arkansas, Home Educator
"The discussions with my students were outstanding and many times our Bible time would go well beyond the time I had allotted for it. We did much reading from the Word which answered questions students had and encouraged them to ask questions about portions of the Word they did not understand. I also lectured and they took notes on background information I gathered from concordances, study guides, and weekly discussions we teachers had.."
~Karen O. Champaign, Illinois, teacher 5th grade
"I use the Judah Bible Curriculum to cult-proof my kids."
~ Home School Parent, Texas
"Studying the Bible with Judah Bible Curriculum has borne wonderful fruit in our school this year. Since we teach in a mission school in a Spanish and Indian village, I wasn't sure at first if the children would be able to grasp the concepts. But they exceeded my expectations! The students learned to love the Scriptures and read them on their own. And because of the solid understanding they received from Genesis to Revelation, at the end of the year all of the students in my class yielded to the Holy Spirit and prayed to receive Jesus as Lord and Savior. God is good!"
~ Denise D. Missionary, Living Word School, Belize, Central America
"I have always felt there had to be something better out there to offer our students for a Bible curriculum than the approaches we were using. Our students were memorizing scriptures well, and were knowledgeable about the Bible, but God's Word hadn't become alive to them.
"The Judah Bible Curriculum has caused our Bible classes to become the most invigorating time of the day for the students. They go home telling their parents what they learned about the Scriptures now rather than how many goals they kicked in soccer. Our teachers often 'complain' that they wouldn't have enough time for the rest of our subjects if they allowed the students to continue their discussion about the Bible topic of the day.
"The Judah Bible Curriculum enables the students to think. They spend their time wrestling with Biblical concepts and thereby learn factual material, rather than filling in blanks or answering multiple choice questions. They learn these concepts and examine God's plan in a chronology that enables the student to have a valuable overview of the scope of Biblical history."
~ Greg D. Urbana, Illinois School Principal
"I have been reading the Bible for many years, having become a Christian I my teens. I have attend church, Sunday School, etc., and never really looked at the Bible as a whole; as a history of God's preparation of individuals and events. I had much knowledge of all the 'Bible stories,' however the Judah Bible Curriculum taught me how to study the word, looking at key people and events. This gave me a whole new and complete perspective on what I already knew. I realized that God's desire for us wasn't just to act a certain way, or 'follow the rules,' or have a lot of head knowledge. Instead, we need to be totally and internally governed by His truth. This is His desire for us just as it was for His people in the Bible.
"Applying this to the classroom was fun and challenging. The students kept a Bible notebook, something new to them…This would not only make Bible time more meaningful and fun, but would give them something to look back on and remember the story as God's working among His people for a specific purpose. Because we teach Genesis through Revelation in a school year, the students begin to see the Word of God as a whole, not as a collection of stories. They see God's working through His people so that His purposes can be accomplished. This whole Bible span also insures that no major section of the Bible will be left untaught throughout the schools years."
~ Sue S. Champaign, Illinois, teacher 2nd grade.