Lynda Freeman, a longtime children’s ministry consultant, recently reviewed RBP’s Sunday School materials in her endeavor to help churches find curriculum that is the best fit for them.
Recognizing RBP’s 60-year-strong dedication to God’s Word, she says, “Regular Baptist Press is a traditional Sunday School curriculum which has long been know to provide Biblically solid resources with a strong focus on teaching God’s Word! In the past few years they have updated their lessons and added some excellent features designed to focus on their goal to provide ‘Biblically sound curriculum which continually cultivates growth!'”
Freeman understands RBP’s desire to provide educational resources that are true to God’s Word and encourage spiritual maturity. To further this goal, she notes, RBP curriculum intentionally engages children by incorporating a variety of interactive learning options, suggesting class service projects, and offering take-home papers to get parents involved in the lessons. The Growing Faith extended sessions, she also notes, can be used as junior church curriculum for younger children. RBP looks forward to her review of the new It’s Grow Time junior church program for grades 1–6 after the product is released this fall!
“If you are looking for a traditional curriculum with a strong focus on being solidly grounded in God’s Word,” Freeman says, “this curriculum is well worth taking a look at to see if it may be a good ‘fit’ for your ministry!”
RBP provides Biblically sound resources that continually cultivate growth through every age group. Find out more about the philosophy of RBP’s materials in the Special Church Education Issue, below, of the Baptist Bulletin.