Grade 7-12 Bible
Biblical Themes: Students get a basic introduction to the structure and themes of the Word of God. As teachers guide students through this fast-moving survey, they will discover truths and applications that God placed in each book of the Bible. God’s gracious work is clear—from creation to the cross to the consummation of time.

Proverbs: In junior high, young people face making more and more decisions on their own. Soon they find that their new freedoms are followed by greater responsibility and higher expectations. This study of the book of Proverbs encourages students to study the wisdom of God, allowing Him to shape their lives into the image of His Son, Christ. 

Christian Living: This class gives students the tools to begin their journey toward spiritual maturity. They will gain an understanding of introductory Christian doctrine, including salvation, the study of the Bible, and the power of prayer. Students will learn how to live out their love for God and share Him with others. 

Bible Doctrines : The Bible exhorts believers to “be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you.” A strong doctrinal understanding gives students a solid foundation to sustain their faith. Students learn to know “why” and “what” they believe.

Life Management: Students are given godly advice to help them deal with life issues such as relationships, health, safety, careers, money, marriage, and more. Personal stories in this class show students real-life situations and the blessings and consequences that go along with good and poor decisions.

Genesis: Teachers emphasize the authority and veracity of the Bible as a guide for history and every other aspect of life. Through a study of Creation, the Flood, the Tower of Babel, and the Patriarchs, we see the Bible’s guide in dealing with family, marriage, government, capital punishment, modesty, prejudice, alcohol, and more.
Life of Christ: Students take a journey through the Gospel of John and develop not only a deeper knowledge of Christ but also a deeper relationship with Him. Teachers examine the ministry and work of God’s Son within Israel’s historical and geographical context.