The Knowledge Project
“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.
Because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thy children.”
The Knowledge Project was birthed through our quest to develop materials that will help us grow as individuals, as families, and a church as we engage in a lifetime of discipleship. Presently, The Knowledge Project includes two major areas: Modules and our Sunday School curriculum.
Module classes are designed to take the individual deeper in study of particular topics. Some of the classes address how to study the Bible, devotion, doctrine, or specific themes or subjects in the Bible. Others address parenting, finances, and various life stages or issues, and some delve into special interest areas such as science and creation. We offer four sessions of modules each year—two in the spring and two in the fall. Each session is four weeks, and classes meet once per week for one and one-half hours.
The Knowledge Project’s Sunday School curriculum is a multi-generational approach to learning that keeps everyone from children through senior adults on the same page. The adult, youth, and children’s portions of the curriculum are integrated so that all age levels are focusing on the same lessons points and scriptures each week. During a series, children rotate to various stations each Sunday morning as they learn the points and Bible story. On Wednesday nights, the specific areas of focus for each lesson are reinforced through POA KIDS services. Adults and youth can engage in guided daily discipleship through the series workbooks, which include not only the Sunday lesson but at-home material and suggestions for further individual and family study, for relating the topics to evangelism and missions, and daily devotions that revisit the concepts from each lesson. Long after the series has ended, the workbooks can serve as a resource for further study.
Because the Word says we are destroyed for lack of knowledge . . . because we want every individual and every home to grow in grace and knowledge for a lifetime . . . the Knowledge Project.