God’s Great Covenant



God’s Great Covenant is a new Bible study course from Classical Academic Press for children in 4th grade and above with an emphasis on the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy.  Children will learn about the four different aspects of Christ; the Son of Man, God’s Servant, the Messiah, and the Son of God.  This course consists of 4 units containing 36 weekly chapters.  Each chapter includes a Memory Page, Story Time, Review Worksheets, and a Quiz.  At the end of each unit is a Memory Passage section, Worksheets, Devotional Guide and final story to be used as a review.


The Student Edition is in a consumable workbook format with large print for easy reading.  The Teacher’s Edition is identical to the Student Edition but includes answer keys, notes to help with comprehension and teaching and also space to include your own notes.  An audio download is available for the course which contains a recording of the Story Time section for each chapter read by Christopher Perrin.  The over 3 hour audio file is in an mp3 format which can be burnt to a disk so you can listen anywhere.


Classical Academic Press has also published God’s Great Covenant Old Testament 1 and 2 and God’s Great Covenant Old Testament Timeline and Map Set to help you teach the Bible to your children.

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Written by Briana Jeffers, author of the blog I Can’t Decide.

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  1. […] This would also be a great way for an older child who can work independently to do their Bible study and then go over it together once they’ve completed the assigned work.  An in depth, doctrinally sound from what I seen and completed so far, this is a great Bible curricula for the Christian homeschooling family or the family who wants to make sure their child is learning a Christian worldview from the Bible.  If you’d like to see what other homeschooling parents have to say about God’s Great Covenant check out the TOS Homeschool Crew blog. […]

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