Lessons and Schools

Lesson One: Existence of God

This hour-long lesson (can be shortened to fit any school requirement) explores the question ‘Does God exist?’
Through discussion, presentation and Q&A, students are encouraged to think about the plausibility of the existence of God, to discuss what God could be like if he existed, and to hear a Christian perspective on why Christians believe in the God of the Bible.

• Opening song
• Ice-breaker game
• Discussion: Does God exist?
• Talk: Christianity and the ‘Big Bang’ theory
• Discussion: If God exists who/what is he?
• Talk: Evidence for God
• Q&A
• Final song

Lesson Objectives

• Explore the plausibility of the existence of God
• Affirm the origin of the ‘Big Bang’ theory and discuss its compatibility with belief in God
• Promote discussion around the nature and character of God, if such a being exists
• Give students an open opportunity to ask questions and present their own views on the subject
• Encourage participation in activities and discussion

 

Lesson Two: What is Faith?

This hour-long lesson (can be shortened to fit any school requirement) explores the question ‘What is Faith?’ Through discussion, presentation and Q&A, students are encouraged to think about what faith actually is, to discuss what kind of things people put their faith in, and to hear a Christian perspective on why Christians put their faith and trust in Jesus Christ, and the difference this makes to their life.

• Opening song
• Ice-breaker game
• Discussion: Where do you put your faith / What do you trust in?
• Talk: Blind faith versus informed faith (including trust game)
• Discussion: Does faith matter?
• Talk: Personal story of Christian faith
• Q&A
• Final song

Lesson Objectives

• Explore the concept of faith with the students: what is faith and where do you place yours?
• Examine the difference between blind faith (without evidence) and informed faith (with evidence)
• Give a Christian perspective on faith in God and the impact upon the Christian’s life
• Give students an open opportunity to ask questions and present their own views on the subject
• Encourage participation in activities and discussion

Apologetics

Galactus Jack is an experienced Christian apologist and can deliver sessions on the following topics:

• Science versus God
• Bio-ethics
• Defending the Bible
• Why Christianity? (Don’t all roads lead to God?)
• Suffering and injustice
• Morality

Lesson Objectives
Explore the chosen topic from a Christian perspective with the students
Help the students develop informed opinions on the subjects, whilst improving their ability to reason based on available evidence and insight
Give students an open opportunity to ask questions and present their own views on the subject
Encourage participation in activities and discussion