Quite literally the beginning of it all. In this 4-part series you’ll get students thinking about the four big stories in the book of Genesis. We start with exploring the poetry and implications of God’s creation story. From there we look at the introduction of man into the world. Next, we take a look at the story of Noah. Finally, we take a look at the life of Abraham as God moves His creation from the fall of man to the restoration that’ll ultimately be found in Jesus.
Viva — Genesis
- The Poetry of Creation
- The Story of Adam and Eve
- The Story of Noah
- The Story of Abraham
How to Use Viva
We wrote this curriculum for those of us who might have been given a last minute assignment to lead a group. If you can put your hands on the supplies you should be able to walk in and teach this lesson with minimal prep. But you don’t have to wait to the last minute either. All groups benefit from preparation. So take some time, if you have it, to read through the lesson before you meet.
Each of these lessons can be led in different ways. Please be sensitive to your group. You might have a group that really wants to dig into an idea, or you might have a group that just needs to hear the basic truth. You get to decide that as you meet.
Finally, please feel free to discard any of this content to stay in your group’s context. The best curriculum for your group is you, caring for them as they get to know God.
Viva is a series of short, downloadable, curriculum resources. Whether you are looking for a last minute lesson plan or ideas to add into your teaching, Viva is designed for youth workers leading the revolution.
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