Biblical Character Curriculum Library
This curriculum was designed to go along with the Biblical Character Illustrated Calendar, App, and Daily Emails to help you teach character in your home with a focus on God’s Word and walking with Him every day. Bring character qualities to life with practical applications, discussion questions, and object lessons to make the character focus in your home fun and memorable!
Delighting in fellowship with the Lord regardless of my circumstances
Purposing to accomplish God's goals in God's time regardless of the opposition
Acceptance of others as unique expressions of specific character qualities in varying degrees of maturity
Knowing how important right timing is in accomplishing right actions.
Not setting my affections on ideas or plans which could be changed by God or others
Realizing that all I have belongs to God and using it for His purposes
Making known to God and others in what ways they have benefited my life
Preparing myself and my surroundings so I will achieve the greatest efficiency
Wise use of that which others would normally overlook or discard.
Showing the worth of a person by giving undivided attention to his words and emotions
Clearing the record of those who have wronged me and allowing God to love them through me.
The ability to finalize difficult decisions based on the will and ways of God.
Fulfilling what I consented to do even if it means unexpected sacrifice.
Limiting my freedom in order not to offend the tastes of those God has called me to serve
The ability to avoid words, actions, and attitudes which could reult in undesirable consequences
Structuring my life around what is eternal and cannot be destroyed or taken away
Confidence that what I have to say or do is true and right and just in the sight of God
Using difficult times to demonstrate my commitment to God and to those whom He has called me to serve
Visualizing each task as a special assignment from the Lord and using all my energies to accomplish it
Humility is recognizing that God and others are actually responsible for the achievements in my life.
Hospitality is cheerfully sharing food, shelter, and spiritual refreshment with those God brings into my life.
Virtue is the moral excellence and purity of spirit that radiates from my life as I obey God's Word.
Initiative is recognizing and doing what needs to be done before I am asked to do it.