In the videos below, Brian Dembowczyk and Aaron Armstrong (Adults), Andy McLean (Students), and Jeremy Carroll (Kids) coach leaders on teaching Winter 2018-19, Unit 5, Session 1—A Test in the Wilderness. Tips and videos for previous lessons are available on the The Gospel Project Blog. You can also check out the Additional Resources page for podcast recommendations and blog posts related to this week’s subject matter. To view a comprehensive list of the studies for this three-year cycle of The Gospel Project, see our All Ages Chronological Study Plan (which includes Scripture references for each weekly session). Every week, we provide interactive teaching helps and additional ideas / activities for The Gospel Project for Adults sessions. Click TGP Winter 2018-19 Unit 5, Session 1 to access the Session 1 interactive teaching suggestions.
Sharon Tolar says
I have been teaching from the Gospel Project for the last year and a half. Our Sunday School entered at the last quarter of the series. I am finding it frustrating that your additional resources are not available throughout the length of the quarterly. As I was trying to access support materials, I could not immediately access them through the site. The winter session has been crossed out, and the Spring session for our next quarterly is accessible. Can you direct me to where I can locate the materials for the present session (winter 2019 for Adults)? We still have another 6 weeks of lessons in this unit.
I enjoy the access to articles. I am seeing some listed on the side, but I was specifically looking ahead a few weeks for a lesson that I will not have a lot of time to prepare.
Brian Dembowczyk says
The Winter 2019 additional resources are still available, as well as Fall 2018. The crossed out volumes are from 3 years ago, as those volumes go out of print.
MARTIN TETREAULT says
The Volume 2 kids digital content is missing: tgp03v2k_unit6_printables_activitypageanswers_younger
Would you please make it available to me?
Brian Dembowczyk says
All of the Activity Page Answers are in one file, so that file is the same for Units 4, 5, and 6. I just looked and that file is in each unit. If there are no Unit 6 pages as part of that file, it is because those pages are not ones that require specific answers.