HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULUM
Journey® establishes high school students as lifelong disciples through a deep study of God's Word, mobilizing them to live with godly perspective and evident faith. Four complete years' worth of material supports your 9th-12th grade high-school ministry. Additional products, training materials, and awards are available.
Our core curriculum is comprised of the following:
Starter booklet presenting the story of God's salvation plan so all high school students learn the gospel message clearly from the beginning.
10 books of 12 lessons each featuring an in-depth Bible study, Scripture memory, and applications for growth. Choose any 2 of the available studies to complete in a year.
Recommended Series (For Bible Quizzing):
Free curriculum resource providing parents with the main ideas in each Journey lesson as well as questions to facilitate conversations with their kids.
Bible Study: A Study in Romans
Bible Study: A Study in Galatians and Ephesians
Bible Study: A Study in 1 Corinthians
Bible Study: On the Rock
Bible Study: Faith on Trial
Bible Study: First Person
Bible Study: God-Colored Glasses
Bible Study: Revelation
Bible Study: Men and Women of God
Bible Study: Will of God
Journey Bible Book Reading Summaries
One of the requirements for a Journey student is to read the entire Bible. We have divided the Bible into four fairly equal groupings of books. We have purposely chosen from both Old and New Testament each year so you are reading books covering different time periods (and aren't in the minor prophets for months at a time). You will find the list of the year's required books in your Bible Studies.
However you do need to know how the books fit together to form the Bible's "big picture." For that reason, you will find the summaries listed here in biblical order. You may know your books of the Bible so finding the summary you need won't be difficult. If you don't know the order of the books, match up the number in your Bible Study with the number of the summary.
We have included Bible Reading Checklists so you can keep track of what chapters you have read. If you would like, you can download/print the Bible Reading Checklist and stick it on your mirror or in your Bible to have it handy.
When you have completed the book reading, you will need to sign on the signature line in your Bible Study. You then need to summarize the book in your own words to your leader. (This can include the theme, author, date and events/characters written about in the book.) Don't just memorize the summary that's here – you'll need to summarize in your own words.Your leader will then need to sign on the signature line next to the book in the Bible study. This will signify that you read and summarized the book.