Frequently Asked Questions


  • Where can I view a sample lesson?
    We provide the full first lesson of every single series as a downloadable sample. Simply click any product image to see a breakdown of the series. On the left of that page below the product image is a blue 'Download Sample' button.

  • How long does it take for my purchase to be made available for download?
    It should appear in the 'Downloads' section of 'My Account' as soon as your payment has been processed.

  • What are the 'Supplements'?
    We are in the process of producing 'Language Packs' and full colour 'Graphics Packs' for each product.
    • Language Packs include all the craft work and activity sheets in various languages. These packs have been translated by customers in various parts of the world who are using the material. They are provided free of charge with the purchase of each product.
    • Graphics Packs include images and illustrations used in each product so that you can enlarge and print them in colour or use them on a data projector.

  • I'm having problems printing the material.
    Certain versions of Adobe Reader may fail to print all the pages of a document or print certain pages enlarged and across multiple pages. If this happens, please select, 'Print as image' in the advanced settings of your print dialogue. If this does not work, then please contact us for further assistance.
    Also, be sure to always select 'actual size' in the main print dialogue to ensure all craft work lines up correctly.

  • How do I share files with my team?
    It's probably best NOT to share your login information with anyone. We have found using Dropbox to be the most efficient and secure way to share information with our church ministry team. Only one person needs to install Dropbox on their PC - although you could use it directly on the Dropbox website if you prefer.

    To use it simply place any files that you wish to share into the 'Public' folder and right click to copy the 'public link'. Paste this link in the email that you send to your team. Using this method puts you in control of what people have access to and stops clogging email accounts up with bulky attachments. We also share our rota and the graphics pack with our team in this way. Once a series is complete, we remove the file from the public folder, place the new one in the folder and share the new link.

  • When will more material be available?
    The 3-11 year old series will ultimately be a 4 year curriculum comprising a total of 216 lessons (52 lessons per year plus Good Friday and Christmas Day). The proposed syllabus outline for 3-11's can be found here.

    The lessons are designed to be taught as stories for children under 7 and basic Bible studies for children over 7. The idea being that if you cycle through this material twice in your local church over an 8 year period, every child will receive every lesson twice; once as a story and once as a basic Bible study.

    All our material is being trialled in several churches before being published - this takes time. We aim to complete the entire programme by the end of 2017.