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The Sunday School Store Launches Olympic Theme Children's Ministry Curriculum

Sellersburg, Indiana -

The Sunday School Store, renowned for its wide-ranging collection of religious educational resources for kids, proudly introduces the "Summer Games Curriculum". This new product serves as an Olympic theme children's ministry curriculum, designed to reinvent the approach to teaching children between the ages of 6-12 about faith, perseverance, and dedication through the captivating and universally appealing theme of the Olympic games. By tapping into the excitement and competitive spirit associated with athletics, the Summer Games Curriculum aims to impart essential life lessons grounded in Christian values.

Structured as a three-week program, the Summer Games Curriculum carefully interweaves athletic achievement with spiritual growth. Lessons such as "Training to Win" and "Finishing Strong" establish connections between the determination displayed by athletes and the resilience needed for a life enriched with faith. This innovative method not only showcases the virtues of persistence and diligence but also accentuates the significance of finding strength and counsel in faith.

Olympic theme children

A core component of the Summer Games Curriculum includes Olympic-related teachings, interactive activities, and scripture-based stories. The curriculum emphasizes active participation, integrating group games, crafts, and interactive Bible narratives to create an engaging and comprehensive educational experience. This hands-on involvement is key to ensuring the curriculum is approachable and impactful, enabling kids to deeply grasp and retain the teachings.

To aid educators in presenting these potent lessons, the Summer Games Curriculum comes equipped with a plethora of support materials, such as video demonstrations for different object lessons and crafts, game suggestions, word finds, coloring pages, and a straightforward lesson plan. This extensive support structure provides teachers of varying experience levels with the necessary resources to deliver lessons that are both educational and spiritually uplifting.

Tony Kummer, editor at the Sunday School Store, shared insights on the curriculum's inception, saying, “The Olympics is an event that transcends cultural barriers, captivating both children and adults worldwide. With the Summer Games Curriculum, our goal is to leverage this broad appeal to teach kids about the Christian faith in a way that's engaging and pertinent. It offers a distinctive method to impart values of perseverance and dedication, drawing parallels between athletes’ journeys and the spiritual voyage of believers.”

Kummer also highlighted the curriculum's ability to foster significant discussions about faith, especially during times when sporting events, such as the Paris Olympic games, are in the global spotlight. “We view the Summer Games Curriculum as a means to transform the enthusiasm surrounding the Olympics into a moment of deeper reflection on faith and how to live according to God's guidance,” he added.

The Sunday School Store remains dedicated to delivering resources that are both informative and transformational. The Summer Games Curriculum stands as a testament to this commitment, presenting an innovative and engaging method for exploring biblical teachings within the exciting context of the Olympic games.

For more details about the Summer Games Curriculum or to explore the vast range of religious educational materials available at the Sunday School Store, individuals are encouraged to visit the store's website.


For more information about The Sunday School Store, contact the company here:

The Sunday School Store
Tony Kummer
Sellersburg IN 47172

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