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Why Durable Faith

While knowledge isn’t faith, knowledge is a necessary part of faith. Romans 12:2 says “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” Building a learning system that accomplishes this in a way that is biblical, effective, and flexible is no easy task.

Durable Faith is a curriculum being developed for individual and small group discipleship for ages 6th grade and up. Topics run from core Christian teachings to apologetics to world religions to culture and worldview. Still under development, the goal of this program is to provide a discipleship pathway from spiritual adolescence to mature, durable faith.

If you’re looking to grow in your faith or lead a small group, check it out.  

First available unit: Do I believe what the Bible says all Christians should believe? (The Apostles’ Creed)

After completing the lesson the student will be able to:

  • Understand what the Bible teaches about creation, redemption, and sanctification.

  • Recite the Apostles’ Creed and explain the biblical ideas behind each article.

  • Know what it means to agree to and confess this creed.

Lesson Plan (Unit: Apostles’ Creed)

  1. Why Do We Confess What We Know and Believe? 

  2. Why Do We Refer to God as Our Creator and Father? 

  3. What’s Special About the Coming of Jesus? 

  4. How Are We Redeemed by Jesus as High Priest? 

  5. What Does the Bible Say About Jesus Descending Into Hell and Rising? 

  6. How Is It That Jesus Reigns Today and Judges in the Future?

  7. Who is the Holy Spirit? 

  8. How Does the Holy Spirit Work Repentance and Faith? 

  9. What is the Nature of Christ’s Relationship to the Church? 

  10. Why is the Forgiveness of Sins Central to Christian Faith and Life? 

  11. How Do We Understand Life After Death? 

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