One of our goals at Teach One Reach One Ministries is to constantly add new resources to assist you in your ministry to children, teens and their families or as a Christian parent. We’ve been working hard to add the resources you need recently and wanted to update you on those recent additions.
First, we have completed the fifth, fifteen lesson track in our teen Living the Christian Life Bible class curriculum. These are longer than traditional Bible class lessons and can easily be broken into two sessions. They teach young people not only what the Bible teaches on a particular topic, but also teaches them the Christian life skill needed to obey God in that area, as well as giving opportunities for guided practice. Although written for teens, it can be easily adapted for older children as well. Five tracks means you have enough material to last for several years. Best of all, because of generous donors, it can be accessed on our website for free!
We have also been working hard to make it easier to “pin” our activity ideas on Pinterest. Currently, we have added photos to almost 500 activity ideas and are adding more photos each week. This can allow you to create idea boards that you share with parents, homeschoolers and faith based tutors as well as your Bible class volunteers. We are posting them on Pinterest on a board called Christian homeschooling activity ideas, but you can pin them yourselves directly from the website.
Our newest ministry best practices ebook is now on our website. Ministering to Marginalized Children contains best practices and important information you need to know when ministering to young people who are from traumatic backgrounds, have special needs, are from disrupted family models, are living in generational poverty and much, much more.
Finally, if you haven’t been to our volunteer training resources page yet, you may have missed some of our most recent resources. The page has tons of resources to add value to your ministry and to use in training your volunteers.
As always, you may want to check our website regularly for new resources. We may have added something and not found the time to publicize it yet. Also, if you ever need a resource you can’t find on the site, let us know. We might just add it to our list of future projects!