When looking for curriculum, which one is the right one?
I get this question more than most. Increasingly, I am asked by senior pastors, a pastor find the best fit for your church. There is no perfect curriculum. Finding curriculum that fits the needs of the families you serve in they have to put each curriculum choice through a series of filters. The one that best fits with their church cultures is the one they should select. In the following pages, I will discuss these filters in greater depth. The good news is that there are more amazing curriculums than ever before available to pastors.
In this eBook I attempt to help you figure out what curriculum is right for you. My goal is two-fold. 1. That churches would find the right curriculum based on how they do ministry not based on what’s popular. 2. that curriculum companies would benefit from churches who are using their curriculum in the proper context.
I hope you find this ebook helpful in evaluating the curriculum you are using and before you switch to something else.
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Hi, just paid for your book through paypal but don’t have it to open. Can u help?
Sent you an email. Thanks for downloading the book!
Paid for curriculum ebook, but don’t see it?
You should have received a payment confirmation pop up box with a link to the book download. I sent it to you via email. let me know if it doesn’t work.
Hello, I also purcahsed the e-book through paypal and did not receive or see a link to download the book. can you resend me the e-mail. Thank you.
Sure no problem Belda
I purchased your ebook but didnt get a link for the download. Can you help? Thanks!
I just sent you the links you should be all set.
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I just heard you on a podcast at the ETCH conference. I would like more information about the books you use for your parents. The systematic theology books for the different ages of each child. I think the parents in my church could really benefit from this.
Jennifer here is the post I did detailing each of those books. http://samluce.com/2015/11/you-dont-need-to-be-theologian-to-teach-kids/
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