Are you interested in studying one particular book of the Bible inside its historical setting within a short time period? Along with the 6 comprehensive studies, Bible Journey is adding short study plans that cover important topics that figure prominently in one book of the Bible. These guided plans comprise 5 minutes of Bible reading and 10 minutes of curriculum each day for two weeks.
Welcome to Bible Journey! You are embarking on a comprehensive journey that will bring the Bible to life through theologically rich studies that are transformative for anyone who wants to grow in biblical knowledge. Bible Journey is appropriate for long-time churchgoers with extensive biblical knowledge, seminary graduates looking for a fresh perspective, pastors, lay leaders, or someone less familiar with Bible study courses who wants to engage more deeply in Scripture. Bible Journey offers online biblical training that fits where you are at this time in your life. You can study with a small group or a large group, or you can pursue online Bible courses on your own, according to your schedule.
Looking for a new Bible curriculum for your homeschool family or group? Bible Journey’s interactive, engaging curriculum is perfect for high schoolers and motivated middle schoolers to take a deep dive into the entire Bible—or through the books of your choosing. Here’s why Bible Journey is the perfect Bible curriculum for homeschoolers.
Homeschool families love using Bible Journey as an interactive, engaging curriculum that can engage multiple students together. But where should you begin?
Thankfully for busy homeschool parents, the Bible Journey curriculum is ready to use, “straight out of the box.” Since it’s completely online, all you need to do is sign up and start your subscription and you’ll be ready to go. You can use Bible Journey “as is,” and work your way through the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation. We’ll walk you through how to get started:
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Although Bible Journey makes a great option for homeschool families because it can be used completely “as is” with no modifications, it’s also a flexible curriculum that can be adapted and modified to meet your family’s unique needs. The completely online, self-paced curriculum is great for a variety of learners and learning styles—but if you want to make it a custom fit for you, here’s a variety of things you might try:
Sit down with Bible Journey co-founder Tim Laniak as he is interviewed on Bible Journey’s curriculum. Learn answers to prominent questions like; where the rubric came from, how the format was decided, and who Bible Journey is designed for.
Read along as Bible Journey co-founder Tim Laniak interviews the chief academic strategist at Keypath Education, Dr. Cindy Wheatley on her early role with Bible Journey and involvement in online learning. See how Peace United Methodist Church has adapted to this new environment we live in today.
Expect opposition when God is at work—It shouldn’t surprise us really. The Bible opens with God creating the world. Turn the page and Satan is trying to undo everything good. It’s a recurring pattern in the Bible you can recognize. There’s always opposition when God is at work.
As a sequel to the themes of Passover that we explored in March, Dr. Tim Laniak will now examine the significance of the Acts 2 account of Pentecost through its agricultural, historical, and anticipatory dimensions. Register for only $10 per household or get free access with an Unlimited Pass.