More than a decade ago, Christi Gee began writing curriculum designed to teach youth the evidences for their faith. There’s an army of 20-somethings scattered across the nation who report in that what they learned in her Bible class or Christian school classroom helped them remain firm.
Now, she’s teaching other teachers what she learned about teaching kids. With the user-friendly format, Sunday School teachers, youth group leaders, and parents can choose to learn the material themselves and teach it firsthand, or watch the video lessons with their group of students.
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Christi Gee is the author of Revival: 6 Steps to Reviving Your Heart and Rebuilding Your Prayer Life and Behold. She’s also the creator of It’s Reasonable: a series of guided
courses designed to help parents and teachers answer common questions about the
She began teaching the Bible while she was still a teen and through the decades led children’s ministries and wrote church curriculum.
Although her professional career was in marketing, her highest calling has always been her husband of three decades and three children. While still working as a marketing director for Liberty University, she began blogging and now reaches thousands each week through her work at ChristiGee.com, where she writes about parenting, faith through the challenges in life, and seekingGod’s will.
Frequently Asked Questions
I grew up in a strong Christian family with a solid church background based on biblical teaching. However, when I began trying to answer children’s questions about “why we believe what we believe,” I realized how totally unprepared I was to tackle the issues.
As a children’s ministry leader and then later when I was on staff with a Christian school, I began sorting through various resources that present the volumes of evidence for the defense of the Christian faith.
There is a TON of information. And that was the problem.
It was overwhelming. I wasn’t sure where to start or how to approach it. My office looked like an explosion of post it notes and whiteboards as I asked this one question: “What do my students NEED to know?”
I couldn’t teach them ALL of it. And I couldn’t risk overwhelming them. And I needed the right mix of Scripture foundation with science, archaeology, and logic. And I needed to build a framework that they could continue to add to as they were ready for more information. That was a tall order — one that couldn’t be filled with the resources currently on my shelves.
I ended up with a curriculum that resonated with kids in the middle years. Now, there’s an army of 20-somethings out there who report in that what they learned in my classroom stuck with them.
I pray we add your child or group to that army very soon!
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