Teach a Christian Worldview to the Next Generation!


For Church & Christian School Educators

This Curriculum is an eight-week course on Christian worldview using the award-winning book Frog’s Rainy-Day Story and Other Fables. WORLD magazine has designated this engaging and thought-provoking book one of the six most outstanding Christian picture books for the 21st century. Recommended for ages 5 to 12years

The 8 Engaging Lessons Include:

  • Access to videos of the 8 thought-provoking fables

  • Corresponding Bible lessons

  • Skits & Crafts

  • Teacher “At-a-Glance” guide sheets

  • Take-home discussion sheets for parents & children

Written by Michael J. Dowling
Illustrated by Sarah B. Dowling

“I know few people who possess Lisa Updike’s zeal for teaching God’s Word to children. She truly believes that our covenant children can understand and love God’s Word. That conviction animates Lisa’s approach to teaching, writing curriculum, and training teachers. I have every confidence that the lessons Lisa has written to accompany Michael Dowling’s book will be a blessing to children and those who teach them.”

Todd Pruitt, Lead Pastor
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Harrisonburg, VA

“This curriculum builds upon the tremendous God-honoring lessons from the book, which makes it the perfect companion!  I’ve personally helped to teach the curriculum and have witnessed kids who are incredibly engaged.  Children of all elementary ages clearly retained important concepts from week to week.  I highly recommend it!”

Jerry Weniger, Ruling Elder
Covenant Presbyterian Church, Harrisonburg, VA

“The fables are fun and make it easier to understand and remember the lesson!”

Heidi, a Fourth-grade student, regarding the book

“When my church used Lisa Updike’s curriculum to accompany the book Frog’s Rainy-Day Story and Other Fables, my fourth-grade daughter and my second-grade son were almost always able to tell us what their Sunday School lesson was about by remembering the story and then the spiritual application from that.”

Janelle Garman, parent