Real-Time Faith Bible Study Guides
$33.04 - Price
Real-Time Faith is just for earliteens. It targets the issues that are BIG in the lives of 12- to 14-year-olds and answers the questions that are on their minds. (Because Real-Time Faith makes a special effort to match the maturity of 12- to 14-year-olds it is not recommended for juniors or older youth.)
A Fresh New Format
This Bible study guide isn't meant to be read like a usual magazine or book. Each lesson comes out of the binding to be used as a separate sheet in Sabbath School on Sabbath and then through the following week. The teacher may send this Bible study guide home with the student, or may keep it at Sabbath School.
See a Sample Lesson
To see a sample lesson in pdf format, click here.
The study guide is an Adobe AcrobatTM file. If you cannot view the file please download a free copy of Adobe Acrobat.
It's Your Choice
Real-Time Faith is an alternative lesson plan. The PowerPoints Teacher's Guide and Lessons will still be available for earliteen classes. Choose the one that works best for you and your students.
What Are the Lessons About
This curriculum emphasizes God's kingdom of grace, being a recruited agent (steward, citizen) of that kingdom, and the battle between it and the kingdom of evil. Being in God's kingdom requires action-being doers and not just listeners (James 1:22). The first lesson of each quarter of the two-year cycle is a different portion of the Sermon on the Mount which is "at once Christ's inaugural address as King of the kingdom of grace and also the constitution of the kingdom" (Seventh-day Adventist Bible Commentary, vol. 5, p. 322).
After the first lesson of each quarter, each of the other twelve lessons (or sets of lessons) are about a different challenge, right, or privilege in the "real-time" of being an agent of God's kingdom. A Christian never knows what he or she will be encountering next. The curriculum includes a Web site (http://RealTimeFaith.adventist.org) at which e-teens can explore each week's topic with other e-teens, and where teachers can access additional resources and exchange ideas.