Redemption–God’s Grand Design teaches students about God and His plan to provide a Savior for fallen mankind. Students learn that God has always fulfilled His promises and will continue to do so in the future. The class emphasizes applying scriptural truth to everyday living. Throughout this course, students learn to use Bible-study tools such as cross-references, concordances, Bible dictionaries, and Bible commentaries.
Teacher Information: Mrs. Lawson and Mr. Kopp teach this course. Read more about them by clicking on the Instructor tab.
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Scheduling Information: 180 days; lessons do not exceed 15 minutes in length.
Each subject includes a printed Student Worksheets/Handouts packet. An abridged Teacher’s Edition and other resources are available when you log in to bjupressonline.com.
Mrs. Lawson previously taught kindergarten for four years. "One of my goals in teaching is to help your child feel successful at his present level and to encourage him to improve. Throughout the lessons, we talk about simple yet extremely important concepts, such as ‘God made me special,’ and ‘God gave me the Bible.’ I enjoy talking about these things with the children through the lessons. I wanted to be a teacher from the time I was a little girl, and I’m thankful to the Lord for letting me teach your child through this Distance Learning program."
Mr. Kopp grew up in an unsaved family and trusted Christ at 16 years of age, putting the much-needed perspective in his life that had been so miserably absent. Since then, he has been devoted to the Word of God. Reading, studying, teaching, and preaching God’s Word have been a passion, whether teaching fifth-grade Sunday school classes, preaching at youth camps, starting churches in Kenya and Ireland, or teaching Bible in college. "The fruit of all Bible study is to know Christ more intimately, love and adore Him more completely, walk with Him more faithfully, and live for Him more passionately. My goal is to help your student know the facts and stories of the Bible in such a way that Christ is the obvious focal point. I pray that my students will see Christ and be excited about a life of commitment to Him, joyfully exemplifying the heart of Christ when He said, ‘Not my will, but thine, be done.’"
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