The Gospel Project curriculum is structured around a three-year cycle of Bible study, covering the entire biblical narrative from Genesis to Revelation. Each year is divided into four quarters, with each quarter focusing on a particular theme or topic that is related to the overarching narrative of the Bible.
The Gospel Project curriculum uses various teaching resources, including:
- Discussion questions
The curriculum also emphasizes the importance of gospel-centered living and mission, encouraging participants to apply the truths of the gospel to their everyday lives and share the message of salvation with others.
Overall, The Gospel Project is designed to help churches and individuals deepen their understanding of the Bible and the gospel and to equip them to live out their faith in a way that honors God and advances His kingdom.
How hard is it to set up Gospel Project at your church?
The ease or difficulty of setting up the Gospel Project curriculum at a church can depend on several factors, including the church size, the experience of the staff or volunteers who will be implementing the curriculum, and the resources available. The materials are typically organized by age group and come with detailed lesson plans, activity guides, and multimedia resources to support teaching and learning.
However, setting up any curriculum in a church can still involve some logistical challenges, such as:
- Coordinating with volunteers
- Scheduling classrooms or meeting spaces
- Ensuring that all necessary materials are on the classroom TVs
- Making sure that the computer equipment is available and programed
To help churches with setup, Playlister provides a variety of resources, including online training, implementation guides, and one-on-one support training on how to use your Gospel Project curriculum.
Overall, the ease of setting up the Gospel Project curriculum at a church will depend on the specific needs and resources of the church, as well as the level of support and guidance provided by the curriculum provider. As a Playlister customer we have optimized and helped hundreds of churches using the Gospel Project.
What we heard from Kids Min teams: “We don’t use Orange Curriculum, we use Gospel Project”
Playlister integrates with Orange Curriculum so that all your curriculum appears and you don’t have to sit through downloads. Although you can upload any curriculum to Playlister, some folks that use Gospel Project switch away from using Playlister.
What we’re doing about it
You might be wondering: how many churches use Playlister but don’t use Orange? Turns out- lots of them.
Hundreds of our customers use Gospel Project. Why?
Here's the deal, most of our partner’s biggest headaches with Gospel Project curriculum prep come from:
- Getting content to TVs
- Training volunteers to use the computers that have the Gospel Project curriculum
- Putting out fires during service ensuring the curriculum video are playing correctly
Playlister solves all the problems above for our Gospel Project customers.
How much does the Gospel Project cost?
The cost of the Gospel Project curriculum can also vary depending on a few factors, such as the specific program or package you choose, the size of your organization, and whether you opt for digital or physical materials.
Like the Grow curriculum, the Gospel Project does not list specific pricing information on its website. However, based on research and customer reviews, it appears that the cost of the Gospel Project curriculum can range from several hundred dollars to several thousand dollars, depending on the package and materials you choose.
To get an accurate estimate of the cost of the Gospel Project curriculum for your organization, it's best to contact the company directly or check their website for pricing information. They may also be able to provide you with a customized quote based on your specific needs and requirements.
How much does the Gospel Project cost when using Playlister?
Here’s the deal - We’ll ship you a free Apple TV when you set up a monthly plan for Playlister and upload Gospel Project videos. You can cancel Playlister, and keep the Apple TV, if it’s not a good fit. Just click here and use the code apple to get your free Apple TV.