History of the World: The Transforming Influence of Jesus Christ (Teacher Guide)
This 1-year course provides students with the opportunity to study the exciting, inspiring history of the Lord's church. In the first semester, students will use Taking the World for Jesus as a primary text. It covers the spread of...
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This 1-year course provides students with the opportunity to study the exciting, inspiring history of the Lord's church.
In the first semester, students will use Taking the World for Jesus as a primary text. It covers the spread of Christianity, starting during the Roman Empire and continuing to the present day. It follows the Church's growth in all corners of the world and encourages students to learn about and pray for current international missions. Students will also learn geography as they study with the help of frequent map exercises.
In the second semester, students will focus their attention on the lives of 21 brave, God-fearing missionaries who worked around the world during the 19th century. These lessons come from Adventures of Missionary Heroism, a reprinting of a classic text about missionaries that was originally published in the early 1900s. These stories help students realize the dangers and struggles these missionaries endured for their faith. Students will continue to learn geography through map exercises.
Kevin Swanson (B.S., M.Div.) is Executive Director of Generations with Vision, and Editor for the Christian Curriculum Project. He is a homeschooling father, a pastor, a teacher, and the host of a daily radio program. He has authored 15 books, including Upgrade Ten Secrets to the Best Education for Your Child and Apostate The Men who Destroyed the Christian West.