Creating an Interfaith Curriculum for Kids

by Vicki Garlock on December 2, 2015

This week’s blog post is Part II of the three-part series on Faith Seeker Kids being published by the Network of Biblical Storytellers. The NBS is an ecumenical, inclusive, and welcoming group of pastors, Christian educators, and laity dedicated to studying and performing the sacred stories of the biblical tradition. This second article highlighting Faith Seeker Kids was published in their Fall 2015 edition. It focuses on how our Bible-based interfaith Sunday school curriculum was actually created — what strategies we used, what resources we employed, and how we made use of story. Here is the link to that article.

Creating an Interfaith Curriculum for Kids

The first article, which focused on the history of Faith Seeker Kids, was published in their Summer 2015 edition. Here is the link to that article.

 Teaching Kids about Christianity and Other Faiths: The History of “Faith Seeker Kids”

Special thanks to Donna Marie Todd, editor of The Biblical Storyteller, for taking an interest in our work!

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