Re:form Ancestors provides 30 lessons on our biblical ancestors, with 15 from the Old Testament and 15 from the New. Each lesson is designed to learn about someone they may not have heard about before or give them a different perspective on a more familiar biblical person. (For example, most youth were not introduced in Sunday school to the story of Moses killing someone. This act forms a vital part of Moses’s story, and we think youth are ready to hear this part of the text.)
Re:form Ancestors is a great fit if you are looking for a yearlong curriculum that covers major biblical figures, along with some unexpected ones. With leader material designed to support your teaching, humorous and fast-paced lesson videos, and an engaging Anti-Workbook with many activities that can be adapted for remote learning, Re:form Ancestors will support youth in learning about biblical people in new and memorable ways.
To lead each Re:form Ancestors lesson, follow this sequence:
Look for the Definitions, Consider This, and Here’s a Tip content throughout your Leader Guide to support your teaching and leading. Reference the Storyline in the back of the Anti-Workbook to help youth see how you are encountering many ancestors of faith.