Why choose Colaborate: Presbyterian Confirmation?
Help students answer the question, “so what?”
Allow students to discover the richness of Presbyterian history and doctrine as well as the Old and New Testaments using proven learning methods such as problem-based learning.
Change the way students think about faith and the Bible
Help youth take an honest look at the holy mystery and the complexity of Scripture to move them onto a path of growth and discovery.
Use the content to fit your context
Decide the order of the lessons that work best for your confirmation program, whether you want to dig deeper into one lesson or skip ahead a few.
Choose a quality curriculum created by Presbyterians
Know your students will learn from a deep, thought-provoking curriculum created by Presbyterian theologians, practitioners, and artists who know the Bible.
How it works
Each Colaborate: Presbyterian Confirmation lesson focuses on three key elements:
- Frame the Problem – Use an infographic to set the tension for the lesson, unpacking and engaging students’ assumptions and past knowledge
- Teaching and Learning – Equip students to interact through interaction and creativity by inviting them to draw, ask and answer questions, and share ideas with the group
- Project and Closing – Solidify concepts through two activities—an individual writing activity and a more active group project
Scope and sequence
The three Colaborate units provide 45 sessions for your confirmation program. Download the full scope and sequence.
Welcome to Confirmation
Reformed and Always Reforming
The Sovereignty of God
Sin and Human Nature
Jesus is Lord
Jesus is Savior
Word and Response
Book of Confessions
Statements of Faith...So Far
A Life of Faith
Welcome to the Church
The Hebrew Bible
The Rise of Rome
The New Testament
Paul and the Early Church
1st and 2nd Corinthians
Colaborate: Presbyterian Confirmation
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