The Explorers Christian Academy Bible Explores Program provides a Christian Bible study to Good Foundations Academy students in 1st through 6th grades. Students are released for 45 minutes Tuesdays and Thursdays to attend Bible Explores. Bible Explorers provides a Christ-centered biblical study. Our dedicated Christian teachers strive to equip our students by developing their God-given abilities and prepare them to impact the world for Jesus Christ. The Bible Explores is committed to giving students a strong biblical foundation using community service skills and their leadership abilities, while continuing their personal growth with applied biblical characteristics.
The program lessons are developed from Kidology, where both topical and object lesson fully engage the students and create a very exciting and fun learning environment. Student are rewarded for completing weekly memory verses and are encouraged to read a chapter per week.
As a group, the Bible Explorer select and support local and foreign missions. Periodically, guess speakers such as missionaries, food bank directors and pastors attend to share what God is doing in their lives and around the world so your child can have an appreciation of various mission contributions. Your children will also be taught they are an import part of God plan and that he desires to develop a loving, personal relationship with them.
The Bible Explores program is focused on building greater individual character, through reading the bible, prayer, song of worship, memory verses, object lessons, gospel tricks (not magic), skits, and puppetry. Discussions of how individual biblical characters dealt with situations are discussed and applied to today's environment, to demonstrate the virtues of trust, faith, honesty, respect and courage.
Our bibles are third grade reading level NIV bibles. This makes group reading attainable and understandable for all students.
As Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belong to such as these.”