Learning Together: Heroes of the Bible
Learn how to be a hero from five people in the Bible.
Inspire your participants to be heroes in this fun, easy-to-use curriculum, perfect for classrooms and VBS. We are all heroes when we serve God and others with Ruth’s loyalty, David’s humility, Esther’s courage, Paul’s resilience, and the Good Samaritan’s compassion.
Learning Together is designed for flexibility with individual units on specific topics or themes. The five-lesson units can be used for intergenerational or elementary-age participants in traditional or rotation-model classes. They can even be used in a Vacation Bible School!
Each unit includes a Unit Overview, Grouping Activity, Service Projects, Music Suggestions, Unit-long Project, VBS Suggestions, and Unit Supply List.
Each lesson includes a Lesson Overview, Background for Leaders, Large-group Opening Activity, Five Activity Stations (Storytelling, Craft, Science, Games, and Snack), Closing Prayer, and For the Home take-home guide.
- Sample: Since Learning Together units are short, we do not provide a full sample lesson for each unit as we do with the rest of our products. Instead, the sample you can download below gives you a taste of what you can expect from Learning Together lessons.
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[Learning Together] is VERY user-friendly. It has such wonderful options for presenting and reinforcing the weekly topic. The kids are remembering the lessons from week to week to week, and hopefully for their lifetime.
Terri Wolfgram, Gallatin Valley Lutheran Fellowship, Belgrade, MT