Salvation (Sound Words for Kids: Lessons in Theology, Unit 4)

Salvation (Sound Words for Kids: Lessons in Theology, Unit 4)

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Teach your children all about salvation in Christ using Sound Words for Kids: Lessons in Theology. Lessons include devotions, memory verses, notebooking pages, activity ideas, and copywork. 

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Sound Words for Kids: Lessons in Theology 

The Sound Words for Kids curriculum is a theology-based curriculum that teaches the essentials of the Christian faith to children. It can be used for family devotions, homeschool curriculum, or in Sunday schools and co-ops. The curriculum follows a catechism style, meaning it uses a questions and answer format to help kids memorize each lesson’s main point.

Sound Words for Kids Lessons

Each Sound Words for Kids unit includes several lessons. Each lesson corresponds to a question and it’s answer, and includes the following:

  • Lesson plan
  • Devotions
  • Copywork and notebooking pages
  • Memory verse poster/coloring sheet
  • Bible story and/or additional verses
  • Discussion questions
  • Craft and activity ideas 

Unit 4: Salvation

This unit includes the Take Me to the Cross activity the children will do over the course of the 16 main lessons to tie them together. The lessons follow a catechism Q&A format.

  1. What is this change of heart called?
  2. Who can change a sinner's heart?
  3. Who is the Redeemer of God's elect?
  4. How is your heart changed?
  5. What is Grace?
  6. What work did Christ do to save you?
  7. Can anyone be saved by his own works?
  8. What do we gain from the work of Christ?
  9. What is justification?
  10. How were you justified?
  11. What is sanctification?
  12. What are the two parts of sanctification?
  13. For whom did Christ die?
  14. Who will be saved?
  15. What does it mean to repent?
  16. What is faith in Christ?

(Note that this curriculum has a Reformed Christian worldview. See the unit sample, which includes the series introduction, for more information.)