IDLF believes we must equip Christian schools to be a voice addressing this generation’s cultural moment. A great need exists to provide quality and engaging curricular resources which will enable students to understand the implications of what it means to view themselves and others as image-bearers of God—and what has happened in history as a result of pursuing this belief. The enhanced e-textbook entitled In Whose Image? The Image-bearers of God vs. The Image-makers of Our Time seeks to meet this need.
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IDLF firmly believes In Whose Image?–designed as an 8th-9th grade course–can become a significant capstone class and serve as a major distinction in the marketplace for Christian schools— increasing their sustainability as they seek to recruit, retain, and train 21st century students to shine the light of Christ in these morally turbulent times.
Featuring new research from The Barna Group on Gen Z and over 40 engaging videos, In Whose Image? will help teens affirm their identity and faith in Jesus and equip them to learn the importance of loving others as image-bearers—both in history and today—while sharing the Gospel and pursuing Christ-centered justice.
In Whose Image? Curriculum Uses:
- Curriculum resource for 8th or 9th grade Biblical worldview class
- Curriculum for a homeschool Bible or History elective
- Curriculum resource for a peer leadership /mentoring program
- Devotional resource for a middle or high school advisory group
- Curriculum resource for creating a diverse leadership forum