Sunday School Spanish Young Teen (Junior High) Teacher Fall Quarter, 2022
Spanish Young Teen Teacher is designed to help develop, follow and apply a four-step active learning procedure that should lead the students (grades 7-9) to focus on the subject, examine the Scriptures relating to the subject, define the subject's meaning and apply the subject to their lives.
The Spanish Young Teen Teacher is designed to help disciple seventh through ninth graders. The Spanish Young Teen Teacherbook is based on a four-step, active learning procedure that should lead the students to focus on the subject, examine the Scriptures relating to the subject, define the subject's meaning and apply the subject to their lives. This active learning procedure was developed to help your students learn how to study Scripture as a group as well as in individual Bible study.
This curriculum line follows a three-year scope and sequence where each quarter is broken down into three topical units to be studied throughout the quarter.
Fall 2022 Quarter at a Glance
Can You Find Your Church in the Bible?
Quarterly Objective: Young teens will see the importance of the church and give it a prominent place in their lives.
Jesus’ Church Exists in the Twenty-first Century (Unit 1)
Young teens will love the church and honor it in faithful service.
If God Did It, It Must Be Something Big! (Matthew 4:19; 16:18)
You Can See the Church of Jesus Christ (Acts 8:1; 13:1)
Let’s Glorify God Now! (Ephesians 3:21; Hebrews 10:25)
My Church: What We Should Be Doing (Matthew 28:18-20)
Scriptural Organization and Government of True Churches (Unit 2)
Young teens will learn to recognize scriptural principles of local church organization and administration.
Getting Instructions from God (Acts 13:1-3)
The Man Who Represents God (Acts 20:28; 1 Timothy 3:1-7)
The Peacemakers! (Acts 6:1-6)
Associational Baptists (2 Corinthians 8:18, 19; Jude 3)
The Ordinances and Characteristics of the Church Are Set Forth
in the Bible (Unit 3)
Young teens will study the Scriptures to learn biblical principles which identify a true church.
Baptism Doesn’t Save, but It’s Important! (Matthew 28:18-20)
This Do in Remembrance of Me (1 Corinthians 11:23-26)
In Search of the Right Church (Matthew 16:18)
But It Seems So Christian! (Revelation 2:4, 5; Matthew 7:21-23)