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Friday, June 6, 2008

Family Bible Study Curriculum

As a homeschooler, wouldn't you love to find a curriculum that allowed your entire family to study the Bible together?

About two weeks ago, I got an email asking about an Anglican curriculum for homeschool. To my knowledge there isn't something like that, but I think until somebody comes up with that, we can make do with some good resources and lists.

While searching for some resources, I stumbled on to this bible study curriculum that provides instruction for the entire family on the same scripture. It is ideal for a homeschooling family AND their statement of faith is acceptable to an Anglican.

The Bible study is by Explorer's Bible Study. From their website:

Explorer’s Bible Study is an interdenominational ministry with headquarters located 35 miles west of Nashville in Dickson, Tennessee. Tom and Nellie Constance founded the Bible study in 1972. They did not set about to begin a Bible study ministry but saw a need, and being obedient to God’s call, sought to fill that need.

Mrs. Constance helped establish and teach a Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) class for 10 years. During that time, she saw the power and effectiveness of this wonderful study method. There were many members of the class who were
traveling over 60 miles each way to attend the Bible Study. These women approached Mrs. Constance and asked if she would be willing to write similar curriculum to have available in their communities. The need for in-depth study materials for use in smaller towns and communities where BSF was not available
became the driving force for what would become Explorer’s Bible Study.

You can see sample pages, but even better than that you can download an entire 30-week lesson for each age level (pre-k to adult) and get started right away - FREE!