Course taught by Day of Discovery | Discovery House
Addressing Cultural Issues: How is Jesus unique? Has our society’s consumer culture influenced how we think of Jesus? How should Christians respond to a culture that not only rejects but attacks traditional Biblical values? This course helps high school students explore these issues and form Biblical responses.
Creation, Nature, and You is a video-based supplement to an elementary science class. Students will take a closer look at seeds, soil, trees, fruit, and the wilderness in these eleven video specials.
Disconnected: Connecting with Teens in the Digital Age: Today’s generation of teens still wants to know that adults believe in them, so they can believe in themselves. In this thought-provoking and engaging presentation three prominent youth leaders and a psychiatrist offer insights to help you build strong, authentic relationships based on affirmation, encouragement, compassion, and guidance. Adults can gain insight into how to better relate to the teens in their lives, and teens can find encouragement that they are not alone.
Geography of the Bible is a series of seventeen videos that explores the ancient lands of the patriarchs, Israel at the time of Jesus, and the lands traveled to and written about in the epistles and Revelation. Through videos and worksheets, students will take a closer look at the lands of the Bible, the people who lived there, and the many incredible events that took place in that region that continue to shape our world today.
History of Christianity: From the Jewish roots of the Christian faith to its influence in shaping Western civilization, the History of Christianity traces the people, places, and events that have greatly impacted Christian history and the world. This video-based course includes almost twenty-eight hours of engaging documentaries, as well as printable worksheets for the students.
Living Life with Purpose: Whether you are searching for meaning or adventure, feel overwhelmed or under motivated, or are struggling with facing the unknown or yourself in the mirror, Living Life with Purpose can help strengthen and encourage you through solid teaching and engaging videos.
They Lived for God is a series of forty-one video documentaries of men and women who have made an impact on history for God. From the undying faith of Jan Hus to the enduring legacy of Elisabeth Elliot and Steve Saint, students will learn from an in-depth look at the lives these people lived through videos, worksheets, and essay questions.
To the End of the Age: Poverty. Persecution. Corruption. These are only some of the problems that plague our world. To the End of the Age is a special series of nine videos that will help students learn about these problems and discover ways they can be part of the solution.