The exact font(s) used for The Gospel Project Curriculum is Antenna, Colby and Adobe Garamond. … [Read more...] about What font is used in The Gospel Project Curriculum?
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Curriculum on Ministry Grid is available for purchase without a paid subscription to training on Ministry Grid. Buying Sunday School material and curriculum through Ministry Grid gives you access to … [Read more...] about Do I need to buy Ministry Grid to use curriculum?
The Gospel Project, Bible Studies for Life (BSFL), Explore the Bible, FLYTE, Explore the Bible (EBS) and KNOWN digital curriculums are all available for download through My Curriculum Manager. You … [Read more...] about What curriculum is available in the My Curriculum Manager?
My Curriculum Manager is a place to put your Lifeway digital curriculum to work. You can use this tool to download your curriculum (documents, videos, etc), to share access with leaders, and to view … [Read more...] about What is the new My Curriculum Manager tool?
We’re really thankful for the flexibility of the material to allow churches to start whenever is best for them. If you’re looking for some guidance about which lessons to use each week, we’ve put … [Read more...] about When should I start The Gospel Project for Kids?
You can find the Sermon Series downloads that coordinate with The Gospel Project on the blog: https://www.gospelproject.com/blog/ … [Read more...] about Where can I find the Sermon Series downloads for The Gospel Project?
Print Bundles: * Preschool Leader Kit: Includes a Leader Guide and Activity Pack filled with fun activity pages and coloring sheets for each Bible story. Also contains The Big Picture Cards for … [Read more...] about What resources are available in print for The Gospel Project for Kids?
There is no Reformed agenda behind The Gospel Project curriculum. That is why we recommend resources from Reformed and non-Reformed pastors and authors at the end of each lesson, why we quote from … [Read more...] about Why does The Gospel appear to have a Reformed slant?
Actually, both, to a degree. The Gospel Project Chronological should first and foremost be understood as an ongoing study. The first installment of The Gospel Project Chronological will be labeled … [Read more...] about Is The Gospel Project Chronologica Study a dated or undated resources?
Yes, we do. You can find some fun games to play with these cards at home at the link below: https://www.gospelproject.com/2012/06/big-picture-cards-families-games/ … [Read more...] about Do you have ideas on how families can use The Big Picture Cards at home to reinforce the lesson?
You will want to use a converter program to convert the files to play on a DVD or Blu-Ray player. We recommend using the free progam called Free Video Converter. While we can not support this program, … [Read more...] about How can I burn my Gospel Project video downloads to a disc to play in my DVD/Blu-Ray player?
You can now view the price lists online by clicking on the age you are inquiring about at the link below. The prices are listed under Additional Information under each age … [Read more...] about What is the cost for The Gospel Project?
You can find ideas on The Gospel Project Blog at the link below: https://www.gospelproject.com/2012/08/decorating-ideas-kids-classes/ You can also find idea for creating a set for kids at this … [Read more...] about Where can I find Decorating Resources for The Gospel Project for Kids?
The Gospel Project is available for the following age groups: * Preschool * Younger Kids * Older Kids We have left the division of these ages up to each church to decide. Some churches may decide … [Read more...] about For what ages is The Gospel Project for Kids designed?
You can find resources for training your teachers online at the link below: https://www.gospelproject.com/2012/08/new-training-videos-students-available/ … [Read more...] about Where can I find Training Resources for teaching The Gospel Project for Students?