Gregg Alan Jones

Sunday Comics, Volume 1

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Prophets, Priests, and Kings

Includes 50 lessons plans, 50 comic pages, and 4 blueprints depicting Solomon’s Temple!

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From veteran youth volunteer and professional architect Gregg Alan Jones comes a new concept in middle school and high school lesson plans: Sunday Comics. These fill-in-the-blank and color-as-inspired comic pages are coupled with detailed lesson plans any youth leader can optimize for their group. Each lesson plan contains a key verse, an appropriate “Lead-In” to introduce the lesson, Scripture to be read aloud, background for the leader (which can double as a script if needed), key questions for light-bulb moments (“BAM! I Got That!”), a way to close out the meeting, related Scripture references, and—of course—answers to the blanks on the comic pages.

The first installment of this exciting Sunday Comics curriculum—Volume 1: Prophets, Priests, and Kings—covers Judges through Daniel and contains 50 lesson plans, 50 comic pages, and 4 blueprints depicting Solomon’s Temple (available on both PowerPoint and PDF).

About the Author

Gregg Alan JonesGregg Alan Jones is an architect by day and part-time middle school youth leader by night (and weekends). He’s been working with church middle school and high school youth and teaching Sunday school classes for over 25 years. He lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan, with his wife Judy and they have an adult daughter, Betty. When he isn’t spending his spare time with family or the middle school youth at Southern Heights Church, where he currently volunteers, Gregg enjoys camping, sailing, cooking, and caving—God’s beauty can even be found underground.

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2 reviews for Sunday Comics, Volume 1

  1. Elizabeth (verified owner)

    I have been going thru the material and look forward to teaching my first lesson. I think the kids will like the Comic Book pages and I like the discussion questions. Seems like the world keeps making the same mistakes over and over again. Let’s learn from other’s mistakes and trials and hopefully create a better world.

  2. Patrosky Anderson

    I’m wanting to see if this will work for our 7th graders

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