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Why I Chose Going Deeper: The Books of the Bible
Currently, for high school Bible, they have:
- Addressing Cultural Issues
- Basics of the Christian Faith
- Foundations for Teens
- Introduction to Worldview and Philosophy
- Living Life with Purpose
- Missional Living and Discipleship
- So You Want to Be a Pastor
- The Warrior Class: College Prep Apologetics
- To the End of the Age
These high school courses each have video components to them, but they still have others that are text-based and others still that have audio components as well.
For right now though, I just want to share with you about the Going Deeper: The Books of the Bible class.
See the shark in the background! This is a screenshot from the Jonah video class.
This course is set up to last eighteen weeks and it is recommended to be done 5 days a week.
The Lesson Plans for the course can be downloaded and printed so that the student can check things off when they are finished.
Each day’s lesson plan provides a space for the date the lesson is completed, the video and the amount of it that is to be watched that day, and instructions on printing, completing and checking the day’s worksheet.
Going Deeper: The Books of the Bible. Class Topics
- Jesus in the Feasts of Israel
- Promise of Messiah/Israel: Dray and Thirsty/Jesus and Herod
- King David
- Paul the Apostle
- Psalm 119
- The Good Book & God’s Message
- Crossing the Waters
Here is the list of topics that this class covers:
- The Gospel of Matthew
- The Gospel of Mark
- The Gospel of Luke
- The Gospel of John
- God’s Covenants
Final Thoughts on Going Deeper: The Books of the Bible
I would highly recommend this class. The videos are excellent quality, they are filmed in interesting locations, the audio is great, and the content is relevant and applicable.
The lesson plans, videos, and worksheets are easy to find, and with the answers included for each worksheet question, the student can check their own work.