How to save a ton of money on literature

I asked a friend recently what was new in his world. He said online curriculum. I asked him what he like about it. Two words: cheap and good.

I think this is a trend. There will come a day when literature does not come in boxes. It is delivered to each teacher via a church username and password distributed to each teacher.

Here a four sources of online curriculum:

Let me take a moment to tell why Good Questions are an excellent choice for your teachers.

  • Cost. We offer Good Questions on a sliding scale depending on the size of your church. Starting at $100 for a whole church for a whole year for a small church, these lessons are less than a dollar per person who attends your Sunday School per year.
  • Guarantee. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you don't like them, you don't have to pay.
  • Easy to use. If you can read 20 questions, you can teach a Sunday School class.
  • World-class writers. Each lesson consists of 20 questions with answers from world-class writers like Max Lucado, Beth Moore, John MacArthur, John Piper, and John Ortberg.I especially like authors with the first name of John. ;-)  The number one complaint I hear about literature is that is lacks depth. I never heard anyone say that about the authors above.
  • Make it easy to find teachers. I started writing these lessons when I was a Minister of Education. Once I started writing them, I never struggled to find teachers again. When it is this easy to prepare a lesson, it makes it far easier to find teachers.
  • Make it easier to create new classes. The future of the church is the multiplication of groups. You don't grow a Sunday School by doubling the size of each group. You grow a Sunday School by doubling the number of groups. One big challenge in creating new groups is finding leaders. If it is easy to find leaders, it is easier to create new groups.
  • Turn boring lectures into stimulating conversations. These lessons are question-driven and they create conversations.
  • Save teachers time.
  • Great for when you need a sub -- especially a last minute sub. One of these days you will get a 10 O'clock call on a Saturday night. When it happens, you will be glad you signed up for Good Questions.
  • Convenient delivery system. Anyone with Internet access has access to the lessons. Each church receives a user name and password that you may distribute to all your teachers.

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