Discover a curriculum that emphasizes the inclusiveness of people of color throughout biblical history.
Unified Theme Approach
Through the Unified Theme Approach your entire congregation will be learning the same biblical principles-every student at every age-at their own level of development. The Unified Themes integrates and strengthens your congregation by extending the valuable lessons learned in Sunday school into the home-providing a greater understanding of God's Word, and beginning a discipleship process that continues for a lifetime.
How It Works
Designed for multiple learning styles. Encourages application in real-to-life situations and activities. Built- in flexibility (customizable lessons, activities, class size, age levels, etc.). Easy to prepare and teach.
Theologically sound, comprehensive, Bible-based emphasis
Filled with Bible stories, pictures, and photos; Bible- based themes, activities, memory verses, and more. All with the goal of fostering spiritual growth.
Our Heritage: The Black Church and Echoes
Millions of us in black denominations, independent churches, and multicultural Christian fellowships have a shared heritage that God tells us to remember, not to forget (Deuteronomy 6-9).
Echoes curriculum has been faithful to the work of remembering all that we have inherited through its central focus of teaching by doing God's Holy Word. You will find that Echoes acknowledges and celebrates the cultural and biblical heritage of African Americans.
We have tasted God's deliverance and must not forget that heritage. Across our diverse denominations and churches we can sing Albert A. Goodson's lyric: "We've come this far by faith, leaning on the Lord, trusting in His Holy Word, and He's never failed [us] yet. Oh, can't turn around, we've come this far by faith.