Recently, I've been reading Children's Ministry in the Way of Jesus by David Csinos and Ivy Beck and it has me thinking. The authors recommended Telling God's Story curriculum by Peter Enns; a big surprise.
About three years ago our pastor asked the Children and Youth Ministries committee to review this material to be used for Sunday school. At that time, it didn't seem doable and we continued to use the DWELL curriculum (preschool through eighth grade). However, we are coming up short with Sunday school volunteers for the 2019-20 program year and our class sizes have seen a steady decline over the last three years. So, I've been reviewing Sunday school curriculum and had narrowed my search to Walk With Me and Kid Connection. But, now I'm wondering about using the material written by Peter Enns.
I have only been able to find homeschool reviews about Telling God's Story. Are any churches using the curriculum by Peter Enns during the Sunday school hour? How do you use it (rotation, large/small group)? Do you have a scope and sequence for year 1 and year 2?