Have you heard about the Gospel Project curriculum? Here's the description from their website:
The Gospel Project is a Bible study resource that invites Adults, Students, and Kids of all ages to dive deeply into God’s story of redemption through Jesus Christ. In every lesson, participants are immersed in the gospel and learn how when the gospel works on them, they become a part of the story, too, the very hands and feet in God’s gospel project.
Led by General Editor Ed Stetzer and Managing Editor Trevin Wax, The Gospel Project is designed to unify an entire church under a single Christ-centered curriculum. Separate study plans for adults, students, and kids ensure the proper focus and depth for each age group.
I was honored to contribute a blog post to the GP blog on family life and God's kingdom. Here's my intro:
“But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord” (Joshua 24:15b).
Could there be a grander vision for the family than this? It is no wonder this verse is brought up in premarital counseling sessions and emblazoned on artwork in our homes. The highest aspiration of every Christian family is to have this kingdom mentality and live rightly under the King’s rule.
But how can our family be faithful to do what our heart sets out to do? We find the answer in the story surrounding this verse.