New and Current Material

A young girl asks her Bible study teacher a question at an after-school program in central Arlington

A young girl asks her Bible study teacher a question at an after-school program in central Arlington

Mission Arlington® publishes new material every year in a variety of categories.  In this section, you will find the latest published material.

New Curriculum for 2016

Christmas Lessons: “Jesus is . . .”
Experience the Christmas story by knowing Jesus’ name. For more Christmas lessons, link here.

The Lord’s Prayer (Summer 2016)

Many of us have memorized the Lord’s Prayer and pray it directly to God. It is also a model that teaches us how to pray. Join us on a walk through the Lord’s Prayer in seven lessons.

Go and Make Disciples: The Cross and Beyond
A harmony of the gospels that begins with a seventeen week walk to the cross and then a dramatic look back at the life of Christ based on His command to go and preach the gospel and make disciples.

Through the Old Testament in 1 Year
Forty-seven (47) Old Testament lessons.  Take a walk through the Old Testament.  These lessons were originally published in 2004.

Heroes of the Faith
When you live a life of faith in Jesus Christ, you don’t have to leap tall buildings to be a hero.  Join us on an adventure to see how ordinary men and women can have super ordinary power!
Forty-eight lessons from the Old and New Testaments originally published in 2012.  Each lesson includes student activity pages (Hero in Training) that can be printed as a small booklet.
Five Christmas Hero of the Faith Lessons can be found with the Christmas curriculum.

Promises Through the Bible  – Scripture Memory

“Everything that goes into a life of pleasing God has been miraculously given to us by getting to know, personally and intimately, the One who invited us to God.  The best invitation we ever received!” (2 Peter 1:3 MSG) Peter continues to tell us that through accepting that invitation, God has given us “His very great and precious promises” so that we can become like Him.  The ultimate goal is a rich welcome into heaven (2 Peter 1:11).

This school year we will take a look at those great and precious promises throughout the Word of God.  More than one promise has been included for some of the books of the Bible.  Choose what works best for your group of students.