Announcing: The Westminster John Knox Press’s New Lectionary curriculum available for Fall 2011 based on the award-winning commentary Feasting on the Word.
Your church is invited to try free samples of the Feasting on the Word Curriculum on Sunday, March 20. After you download the free samples for every age group from Kindergarten through Adult and you use it on March 20, you can then send the publisher feedback. This will guarantee the lowest price if you decide to order it later and will give your church a chance to win free curriculum for a year.
This curriculum provides intentional connections between worship and education, gives solid Scripture and theological base for leaders, encourages faithful Christian living and action, uses a common Bible passage for all ages, promotes lifelong spiritual formation and uses a variety of settings and learning styles. Each age level provides backgrounds for teachers from four perspectives: What?(exegetical), Where?(Theological), So What?(Pastoral) and Now What?(Homiletical).
Sign up now for your downloadable samples at www.feastingontheword.net/curriculum or call 1-800-523-1631 or call Gail Lane at 206-246-5898, Seattle Presbytery’s POINT (Presbyterians Organized in Nurture and Teaching) representative for more information.
Note the Deadline to Order the downloadable Free Samples of the Feasting on the Word Lectionary Curriculum is Monday, March 7th. Sign up now for your free samples at www.feastingontheword.net/curriculum or call 1-800-523-1631. Your invitation to sample and try the curriculum on Sunday, March 20 gives you a chance for a discounted price and a chance to win free curriculum if you give the publisher feedback after your trial. The free sample gives lessons for every age group and uses the same lectionary Bible passage.
David L. Bartlett, co-general editor of Feasting on the Word and professor of New Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary comments, “This curriculum provides a splendid way to take the rich insights we received from Feasting on the Word and to apply them to the whole educational ministry of our congregations. I am excited by this very promising enterprise.”